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Using Scatter and 2-D line plot using MATLAB visualization
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September 20, 2017
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Hello everyone,

I am new to ThingSpeak and I am getting data from 2 sensors for liquid measurement onto my thingSpeak channel. I want to create a MATLAB visualization that combines data from 2 fields of the channel, combine the data for a day and display it in the form of scatter or 2-d line plot. How can I do that? I am new to MATLAB and thingSpeak. 


I look forward to your answers.


May 1, 2018
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Have a look at the code template tutorials

At the bottom there are examples for similar and different data types. If your sensors have similar euits, use the top ones, if the units are different, use the bottom examples.

Visually Compare Data of the Same Type
Use Area Plot to Compare Traffic Data Sets
Visualize traffic distribution for eastbound and westbound highway car-count data
Compare Temperature Data from Three Different Days

Visually Compare Data of Different Types
Plot Temperature and Wind Speed on Two Different Axes
Visualize Correlation Between Temperature and Humidity
Use template code to generate a scatter plot for two different data types read from a public ThingSpeak channel.

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