Below you can see some data from TeString measurements.
The x-axis represent a certain string (1 = thick top string, normally tuned to E).
On the y-axis we have the TS-value.
High TS = New strings.
Can you guess which of the two are new strings and which are old?
The top one, with a TS value of 9.43 +/- 0.14 are NEW STRINGS.
and the one with TS 9.37 +/- 0.16 are OLD STRINGS.
This means that TeString seems to work, right?!
The numbers are not very different but they are different. Though if you take the uncertainties into account, these data are useless !
A comment about the worn strings; since the mean value of most of the strings are VERY alike, this means that the strings are equally worn, which makes sense, since the were put on at the same time.
What can we learn from this?
I have an idea for re-writing my code to analyse a different aspect of the spectrum, to get a better, wider range between old and new.