My question is not 100% related to electronics design but it might be because I don't know the answer.
I'm writing a simple research on anemometer calibration. The thing is all the resources I found are explaining the procedure as measurement setup and comparing with a reference but not fixing. For the sake of clarity I posed my question with the following scenario:
Let's say I followed the setup procedure, collected all the data and measured the anemometer's speed changes with respect to a reference and drew a regression line for the anemometer. But how will then actually fix this anemometer mechanically or electrically? The papers don't mention it. Is measurement and data acquisition enough for calibration? How will the anemometer function in a different (proper) way after these steps if there is no mechanical or electronic adjustment? Will the adjustment (fixing) be on software or electronics circuitry?
I mean: What will be the actual adjustment for an anemometer after collecting the data with respect to a reference?
I'm really confused. Any ideas?