can anyone help me to decode the can bus data?

I thank you so much for this forum I could successfully getting the can bus data from my 2016 camry
but I am having hard time decoding the HEX data to the INT data

this is the file that I started recording while the steering wheel is at the left end
and I started turn to the right slowly
and when it hit the end of the right side I ended recording
this is the file for the opposite direction

I think the data is using the fixed point decimal
the first four HEX is represent the int value before the decimal
and there are lots of other data which seems inconsistent to me
I need some help to decode this or if anyone have the link to the data format
please give me some help

Thank you

Is this one of the “drive” systems? If so, then you might get better answers posting in one of these:

The Jetson TX2 might be used in a drive platform, but I suspect software and the data you are looking at are far different.

I am not using the drive system. the drive platform only support in the PX2
Since the TX2 can use the can bus so I am using TX2 to gather the can bus data and planning on using that data to train the Deep Learning Networks. I have some idea about what this data means. But the 100% certain about it.

If you don’t mind using external hardware, there is a free and open-source logic analyzer out there. You can use one of the $16-24 boards to pick up the signals or a Beaglebone Black to get the signals. A USB port moves the signals to the desktop (or TX2) for decoding, which is also an open source product. They have many, many protocols and CAN is one of them. As soon as I can remember the names, I’ll post here. I have two of those and a BB Black but I haven’t used them in several months. Got it: sigrok and PulseView. PulseView has a graphical UI.
This way you can see EXACTLY what is going on on your CAN bus, with conversions to ASCII if you want it, or hex, or even binary at each sample. Sample widths and volumes are programmable (within hardware limits.)

thank you the pulse view might help I will test with it

You need sigrok to capture the signals, then PulseView to turn them into human readable format. :)