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Mar
10

Visualizing temperature and humidity with Plotly from a mountain edge

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Plotly

Matt from Plotly team, sent us this cool video about streaming remote temperature + humidity data with an Arduino Uno and visualizing with Plotly from a mountain edge, in Peachland, BC.

The Arduino (We’re using the UNOr3) was connected to wifi tethering from a mobile (through a WIFI Shield), from there it received data from a DHT22 temperature + humidity sensor and streamed to Plotly’s servers, to be visualized. View streamed data: plot.ly/1023/~demos

Enjoy the video and the beautiful visualisations!

 

 

Gen
10

Monitoring and visualising dual temperature and humidity sensor

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Plotly

We recently featured Plotly and discovered how easy it is to analyse and beautifully visualize  data using their platform and API.

Now they shared with us a simple instructable to show to Arduino Community a hands-on experiment with ambient sensors:

The purpose of this instructable is to demonstrate how to hook up an Arduino + Ethernet Shield  and send data to Plot.ly’s Servers and create beautiful graphs. We will be using a dual temperature+humidity sensor (DHT22), and sending the results directly to Plotly.

Follow these easy steps, here’s what you’ll need:

materials

And this is an example of the output:

plotly_output

 

Nov
04

Create interactive graphs logging Arduino data with Plotly

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Plotly

Plotly is  a platform for analyzing and beautifully visualizing data imported from Excel spreadsheets, CSV, TSV, Matlab data files, MS Access, text but also data streaming from any hardware device. Matt, one of the co-founders wrote us that they’ve  just released a beta of the Arduino API, that allows to continuously transmit data or transmit a single chunk of data from Arduino and then make interactive graphs in the browser.

They’re a quite new startup (just three months in) so if you are a scientist, student, engineer, analyst, maker and you haven’t test it yet, give it a try!

 



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