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Hi,

I need to remove data in a matrix from the arduino and put it into an array-compatible program such as Excel so that I can create a graph of the data. Does anyone have a suggestion on how to get a graph of data collected by the arduino?

Thanks for your help!
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did you get any response, as I'm interested in this too?  it would be nice to export to something that matlab or octave can read and plot
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If you can manage the array access on the Arduino side, I'd send that into Max / MSP (30-day free trial available). It's a relatively simple matter to parse the data and send it into a matrix, a spreadsheet, a histogram-style plot, a table, etc. It will also permit real-time updating (that would be a feat in Excel, don't know if it's even possible). You can record the incoming data and play it back, save it, etc. Bar graphs are a snap too, using the multislider object.

You can then save your table / matrix data and put it into spreadsheet programs (if you want to that is). If you just want a visualizer and a way to save the data, you don't need to leave Max at all.

Where are you getting the Ardunio matrix data from, out of curiosity?

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