JavaFX Charts with Arduino Data – Data Visualization Tool for Multiple Arduino Sensor Values #ArduinoMonday
Thanks to Roberto for writing in to share his project! Check out more info here.
Serial Plotter, by onebeartoe.com, is a cross platform data visualization tool. It uses JavaFX APIs to graph real-time data. This guide uses an Arduino Uno to generate the serial data used as input into the serial plotter application.
This project started out as a heart beat display for a Halloween 2015 costume.
To aid with testing, that project used the Arduino IDE serial plotter to visualize heart rate sensor data.
Soon after getting the Arduino serial plotter going, I realized it would be nice to plot more than one input variable from the serial port.
So I created this app, written JavaFX, to graph multiple inputs from an Arduino serial connection to the PC.
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