The Arduino IDE doesn’t do much with serial data returned from the board, other than display it on the serial console. Python provides a platform independent way to listen to your Arduino and draw graphs of analog data, or whatever you want. The code below provides a stripchart display based on the assumption that lines of
millis(), A0, A1, A2, A3, A4, A5
format are coming back from the Arduino on the serial port. It’s hardcoded with port and speed, but easy to edit. I think the indents are OK, but this blog platform strips out the tabs on pasting…
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