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Two New ThingSpeak Apps for Data Analysis and Visualization
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August 20, 2015
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For the last several years, I have been collecting data with ThingSpeak from devices all around my house. I have been tracking temperature, humidity, light levels, outside weather data, my deep freezer’s temperature, the state of My Toaster, and air quality metrics. I just recently started to think about what all of this data really means to me and if it’s good data to begin with. Wouldn’t it be great if I could explore my data in ThingSpeak? Well, I am happy to say that with the latest upgrade to ThingSpeak, you can do just that.

We have been working with the MATLAB team at MathWorks to provide two new ThingSpeak Apps: MATLAB Analysis and MATLAB Visualizations. With these new built-in Apps, the ThingSpeak web service can automatically run MATLAB code. That makes it easier to gain insight into your data.

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This is really big news for the ThingSpeak Community. I am really excited to see what you do with these new apps. I will share projects on the blog as they come in. Let’s find out together what all of this data means. Get started at!

August 20, 2015
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can the matlab charts be dynamically updated?

August 20, 2015
10:54 pm
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For now, the MATLAB charts are refreshed every 10 minutes.

August 21, 2015
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Hi Rayellam,
Could you share more detail about why and how often you're looking for the MATLAB charts to be dynamically updated? For instance, what type of data are you collecting/viewing and what is your goal for visualizing the data? What might an acceptable refresh rate be?


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