If you just want a "component reference" - "component value style" simple bill of materials in KiCAD, you can parse the .net files with grep and paste it in your spreadsheet program.
You'd expect more muons to come from the direction of the top of the atmosphere than from close to parallel to the surface of the Earth.
This initial data was taken with the highest aperture, so it merely shows the magnitude of the counts.
When the tubes were set parallel to the surface of the earth, I measured the following with one of the prototypes - look at the muons / hour data:
The Muon Hunter has a specially tuned crystal oscillator on the user interface for reasonably precise timekeeping. The microcontroller code is tuned to the crystal and vice versa. Checked against the good old Casio W-86.
Testing the boards and getting ready: double checks and a bit of abuse...
In most of the typical accidental abuse cases it shuts down gently and recovers... It's got a resettable fuse for overheating / overcurrent / overvoltage protection. Unplug, wait then restart and it works again.
Of course, always read the label...
CODE examples are on GitHub
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