Raspberry Pi: Measure, Record, Explore
by Malcolm Maclean
Publisher: Leanpub 2015
Number of pages: 93
Ever wanted to know more about the real world by measuring it? This book is aimed at getting you started measuring and recording information and presenting it graphically on a web page. The book is written to help those who want to get started interfacing computers with the physical world and turning recorded information into visual data.
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