January 08, 2013

The Super Graphing Data Logger

 One very popular application that lends itself to an Arduino is data logging. It is simple to connect a wide variety of sensors and then record the data to a microSD card to publish it on a web page. However the final step of visualising the data can always be improved, and in the following example by Everett Robinson has demonstrated data display very well. With his project an Ethernet-enabled Arduino reading sensors simply publishes the resulting data to a webpage, where a javascript library on the host PC takes over and graphs the data. 

The system can log anything your Arduino can produce, so click here to get started. And for more, we're on twitter and Google+, so follow us for news and product updates as well. 

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