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I am using a LM335 temperature sensor to log readings over a four hour flight path. I am using the EEPROM and LiquidCrystal libraries. At the moment my read sequence which launches after launch and retrieval outputs data to the LCD, I would like to use a debugg panel of somesort to copy and paste these readings into an excell spreadsheet rather than type them all in indavidualy, any suggestions?
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Printing on the serial monitor and copy paste into excel?
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Anything you print to LCD can also be printed to serial.

lcd.print(Variable);
Serial.print(Variable);

it is just a matter of formatting to make it up for Excel.

RealTerm will make a .CSV file.
PLX-DAQ is a macro for Excel that will give an on-screen spreadsheet and a real-time graph.

Similarly, you can send the same data and formatting to an on-board SD card for subsequent retrieval.
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