Reading the graph above is pretty obvious. It plots the temperature of the DS18B20 sensor connected to the Raspberry PI vs. the outside temperature that is provided by a local weather forecast feed. Just for fun, we also display Min and Max temperatures (which can be reset).
The graphing is provided by sen.se. The sen.se site offers a lot of flexibility with “the internet of things”. sen.se is free. Sign up and scan the tutorials. The site is well laid out and the tutorials are very straight forward; you’ll be an expect in no time.
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