[FORGED] Re: Representing microseconds in DateTime
k.atalag at auckland.ac.nz
Tue Feb 2 05:07:54 EST 2016
Hi Bert, I was saying ISO8601 do support this - it is openEHR that constrains to milliseconds.
In my case it is action potential measurement from myocytes
From: openEHR-technical [mailto:openehr-technical-bounces at lists.openehr.org] On Behalf Of Bert Verhees
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Subject: [FORGED] Re: Representing microseconds in DateTime
Just for the record, which medical requirement makes measuring micro-seconds necessary?
By the way, ISO allows one or more digits to represent a decimal fraction of a second.
I don't have the original standard at hand, but Wikipedia says:
There is no limit on the number of decimal places for the decimal fraction.
On 02-02-16 10:51, Koray Atalag wrote:
I have a requirement to capture timeseries data which happens at 250 microseconds - that is 0.000250 seconds.
While many programming languages, and the ISO8601 spec, supports this openEHR RM<http://www.openehr.org/releases/RM/latest/docs/support/support.html#_iso8601_time_class> seems to be constrained to milliseconds:
hh:mm:ss[,sss][Z | ±hh[mm]]
Any particular reason we dump microseconds? If not can we add this capability - I think it won't break any existing code (I hope!)
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