I am making a weather station and I am thinking about the fact that going out to check gauges 2 or 3 times a day, let alone remembering to be consistent with the times, is kind of a pain in the neck. Instead of doing that, I have decided to program the Arduino to take readings from the weather instruments and record them on an SD card (or some other source of extra memory). Then, ONCE a day I will go out and record what the SD card has recorded, on the computer. I will be back for more help with the other sensors, but you have to start somewhere, so I have decided to ask about the thermometer. I have a Seeed Studio thermistor which came in a hand-me-down kit without directions. I don't know how to utilize advanced analog sensors like a thermistor and I could not find anything about this particular thermistor anywhere. All I know is that it is part of the Seeed Studio Electronic Brick: Starter Kit, and that it has its own processor that info goes through before it reaches the Atmega. Also, I have attached a picture of the piece. this is all I know about it.
P.S. I have and Uno, not a Due. This may cause problems I know, but I would really like to get away with the Uno, if that is at all possible.