Faculty in Electrical & Computer Engineering at Bucknell
Overall very good though, I think the steps are clear and the images really help.
Do you use your browser or the command window, that part isn't clear since you don't have an image of the browser. Another overall comment is to think about providing them code or walking through downloading a particular example from Edge Impulse. That way when they get done they should be able to see the output on the Arduino. Would it make sense to have an earlier tutorial walking through making something for a phone to get started?
What is "too many times" and what happens if you do? Also it might help to add a step to say where the files are installed. I am not sure I would be able to find where this file is easily.
In the first step you might say plug it in to the computer using the USB cable.
What do you do if you do get errors?
There will be a lot of steps here so maybe break the tutorial up into major sections. For example the first section might be called "Downloads and Installs". The tutorial would tell people who had already done this to skip again to step N for the next section...
Coming back more steps down and am just reinforcing this comment. There are a lot of steps involved and it would really help to know where you are in the process.
Particularly since for a novice these software packages have weird names...
There are a lot of steps so far for installation and I feel I am getting a little lost since I don't know what all of these things are supposed to do. It might help to provide a sentence for information (i) at the start of each one saying why it is needed. That will help learning.
You might want to say which of the figures each of the steps in this box refers to, i.e. "as shown in the second image..."
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