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I developed the following project concerning the glucose effect on luminesce
http://2012.igem.org/Team:UC_Chile/Arduino;I tested the sensor and the data seem to be correct.The project does not explain how to display the data through a diagram using software. Can any of you recommend a software to be used to characterize the data provided dall'arduino?
thank you very much.
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HI Crisse,

You should post more information than you did so far,
- the schematic
- datasheet of the sensor
- and the arduino sketch (please use the #button to provide  tags to keep code readable)

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PLX-DAQ.xls  could be all you need. It's free and can probably be used for any data. Check at the bottom of the page

http://arduino.cc/forum/index.php/topic,132123.0.html

The code therein shows how to format the output for Arduino. Despite earlier misunderstandings, I find PLX excellent. I don't know what happened with juuka. He couldn't be bothered to respond but I guess he found PLX OK.
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