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Also, for your Mean calculation I'd use something like this:

Integral division doesn't work as well in your case, especially when your milli-seconds often show up as zero.
 
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Ryan O'Neill wrote:I agree that milliseconds is not small enough but since that is what the prof wants that is what I have to use unfortunately.

Is this what you mean by reset the rsFreq?


Yes.

Ahhh, NO.
'iterations' should be 'rsFreq.length'.
 
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Whoops just saw your edit
Changed it to rsFreq.Length
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