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    After starting this flurry of debate on whether you should time
    average, maybe I should round up by commenting that undoubtably
    if you are interested about the average velocity, for instance,
    you should as one commentatory pointed out calculate the mean
    of the peaks, rather than the peak of the mean (curve). There are
    however, times when you wish to obtain a representative curve
    against which to compare subsequent/perturbed trials. My original
    point was that you should estimate a CURVE (polynomial...) for
    each trail and average curves, but not average time-points for
    the reasons outlined by Jesus Danen. I am not able to comment on
    the Slow F.Transform approach, because having been "stuck in the
    fast-lane" I've never considered the SFT approach. If someone would
    like to do a tutorial on SFT:FFT differences and the advantages of
    SFT for this type of application it would be useful.

    Time-out on time averageing ??
    John Wann.