Great tutorial for using plot.ly with your Pi from RasPi.tv.
I’d never done graphing on the Pi or in Python before, but for my KickStarter tracker I wanted something that…
- was web based
- would work in Python
- had decent instructions
- I could get going with fairly quickly
I’d seen Rachel Rayns tweet about using plot.ly for graphing the temperature output of her Chef’s HAT sous vide cooker. I know Rachel loves “human readable instructions”, as do I. So I thought there was a good chance the plotly documentation was good. I decided to give them a shot.
Check out the full tutorial here.
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