When SNR Goes Bad

This is a follow on to the previous video on subframe approval. In this one, we take a look at why you using SNRWeight as part of subframe approval is actually not a good idea.

Using SNR (signal to noise ratio) is great for determining subframe weights but approval it can actually cause you to include frames that ought to be excluded and to make matters worse those frames end up being given a higher weight because they have a higher SNR.

We look at how you can recognize when SNR could be telling you a tale and what you can do about it.

2 Comments Add yours

  1. John McDonnell says:

    Linda excellent video. I very much like the you use the arrows and magnifying glass to point things out or to make things easier to see. I also like your step by step approach explaining things as you go along.


    1. Linda says:

      Thanks, John!


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