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AnalogDemo: plot data and upload to Pachube in C#

Posted on Saturday, November 12th, 2011 in code, data transfer, tutorials by the machinegeek


Luca Dentella has written a tutorial outlining the process of receiving data over a PC serial port, plotting it on a chart and sending to Pachube.

You can download Luca’s code from the project’s Github repository page.

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One Response to “AnalogDemo: plot data and upload to Pachube in C#”

  1. Brian says:

    Interesting wonder if there is a good API/framework that you can run on your own server to do similar things and thus avoid using an SaS arrangement.

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