Another Internet-of-Things platform has entered the market by the name of plot.ly, which allows easy online analysis of data gathered by various forms of hardware including the Arduino development platform. Thanks to their Arduino example code using plot.ly to gather data from an Internet-connected Arduino and display in various forms is a cinch, and is demonstrated in their latest tutorial. They have used the DHT22 temperature and humidity sensor, whose data is logged via the plot.ly service.
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