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roboRIO I/O Usage Survey

I am working on an input board for the roboRIO and I would like to know which of its ports your team used in recent years. Thanks for helping out. Google Form here
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Re: roboRIO I/O Usage Survey

You can probably get a more complete data set for most/all of what you are looking for from the data linked from this blog: https://www.firstinspires.org/roboti...-the-numbers-2

I haven't seen an equivalent published for this past season yet, but even a year old it is likely much more representative than a summer CD survey.
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You can probably get a more complete data set for most/all of what you are looking for from the data linked from this blog: https://www.firstinspires.org/roboti...-the-numbers-2

I haven't seen an equivalent published for this past season yet, but even a year old it is likely much more representative than a summer CD survey.
Ha! I forgot about that...
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