It seems that PC-based data graphing for Arduino is all the rage this month, and thus we have another example by Arduino forum member “zitron” who has published his data graphing software “Dataplot3”. Written in Microsoft Visual Studio, the main purpose is to display values over time. It relies on the Arduino sending numerical data seperated by commas and sent via the serial line back to the PC. It’s simple and it works, for example:
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