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April 2, 2015
News - Data needs a Terms of Ser…
about 4 years ago
Hi Eric, the tool used to create the chart is called analog.io. More info here: https://hackaday.io/project/4648-analogio-a-full-stack-iot-platform
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about 5 years ago
Is the issue that the time stamps are not accurate enough for the data that you are logging? I could see where there may be a few 100 ms of delay from when the data is sent and when it is timestamped. Most of the time that inaccuracy is not critical for the data that I log.
This is Luke from analog.io. I'm excited to see Joel's mention of our site! I'm still putting together some high level marketing pages but basically analog.io is a visualization tool for data that is stored on data.sparkfun.com. you can simply tell analog.io your data.sparkfun.com public key and it will automatically plot the data for you.
If you would like to view the live collection of data, you would first need to create an analog.io account and then you can view the following link: https://analog.io/#/cG
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