I stumbled upon the European Data Incubator project, and wanted to play around with some of their data. I'm trying to open this dataset, which contains a bunch of
.r64 files. The project says:
This .DAT file is a text file that just specifies the file structure of the robot raw data included in the .R64 file described next.
This .R64 file is a Real64 file that contains the robot raw data according to the file structure defined by the .DAT file already described. A 15-attributes sample consisting of an hexadecimal register for each of following 15 attributes is included in the file every 4 ms:
In order to be able to read and properly interpret this .R64 file, special software such as Atom or Sublime has to be used, since the row data are stored in an inverted hexadecimal format.
I guess they mean just a regular hex editor (https://atom.io/packages/hex-editor). With hex editor the file looks as follows (definitely seems to be hex format as we see patterns in how the data appears):
.dat file looks as follows:
DIAEXTENDED #BEGINGLOBALHEADER 1,DOS 101,--- 102,rob "#KR270R2700 ULTRA C4 FLR" 103,--- 104,06.03.2018 105,08:56:29 106,880000000 110,#dd.mm.yyyy HH:MM:SS ns 111,9.9000000000E+34 112,High -> Low #ENDGLOBALHEADER #BEGINCHANNELHEADER 200,Zeit 201,Zeitkanal 202,sec 210,IMPLIZIT 220,22500 240,0.00000 241,0.00400000 #ENDCHANNELHEADER #BEGINCHANNELHEADER 200,Sollgeschwindigkeit 201,AT_Drive 202,°/s 210,EXPLIZIT 211,KABHVS111110R01m1_NextGenDrive#1.r64 213,BLOCK 214,REAL64 220,22500 221,1 240,0 241,1.000000e-03 #ENDCHANNELHEADER ...
Some binary data of some sort
But past this point I'm stuck, which brings me to my question:
Any idea how I can make sense of the data inside the
I uploaded the data to WeTransfer so you can get it without creating an account on EDI