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I'm putting together an Ardunio learning plan, and the book I'll be using is Beginning Arudino by Michael McRoberts, and I'll be putting in a Uno, and a bread board, and then I would like to buy the rest of the parts to complete all of the projects in book. In reading through the book there is no sort table or appendix of parts required that I can just start getting them. I've checked the publishers website and was able to get the code, but without getting all the parts I have to go through every project and compile a list and then go out and buy them.

I'm curious if anyone knows if there is already a list or pdf of a list that I can use when ordering the parts.

Thanks.
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Hey, first post.  Anyways i am looking for a list or even an digital Appendix of Table A1.  Did you ever find anything?
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I am trying to teach a summer course about robotics and I decided to use arduino uno but I have the same problem. I don't know what do the students need to buy.
Can soem one help me.
Thank you.
manolo

PS/ by the way, can we use labView with the uno?
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I am trying to teach a summer course about robotics and I decided to use arduino uno but I have the same problem. I don't know what do the students need to buy.
Can soem one help me.
Thank you.
manolo

PS/ by the way, can we use labView with the uno?

Hey Manolo,
ARDX (from http://oomlout.com/ )is good for beginner.It includes a fully illustrated guide that will familiarize you with a wide range of electronic components while you create small, simple, and easy-to-assemble circuits. Check it out. (http://www.originlabs.cc/index.php?route=product/product&product_id=80)Enjoy it.
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There is also this really nice site too
http://www.pighixxx.com/abc-english-version/

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Hi, I am reading this book also.  Found it frustrating to not have a good parts list so I built one.  Went through the book and tried to identify the required parts for each project.  I then went and priced them (US stores and currency).  I also looked up the contents of several arduino starter kits and did a comparison.  Filter the spreadsheet by store column to see the results.  Very interesting

I have posted the list on my personal web site =  http://www.rt-global.com/arduino/Begining_Arduino_Parts_List.xlsx
 Hope this helps someone.

Cheers
Terry
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