We also started to look and try to comprehend the Matlab code that we will actually be using to produce and image with our data. The code is much different than what we were using before to practice and seems to be a little confusing at the moment, but I am confident that we will be able to get in figured out in the next five weeks.
Next week we will begin our exploration into the constant head test, starting with the construction of the required apparatus. We can't fully start the exploration until we obtain a new glass cylinder. The glass cylinder that was being used became the first casualty of our research, shattering while Matt attempted to remove the sand and marbles. Next week we will probably head over to Duck Creek to do some preliminary research into the sand/soil composition, seeing if the sand/soil will even allow us to take measurements and maybe get some tests done to see what potential problems we might come across.