Hans on IoT

ThingSpeak, MATLAB, and the Internet of Things

MATLAB Toolboxes are Now Available on ThingSpeak for IoT Analytics 1

Posted by Hans Scharler,

ThingSpeak offers an easy way to collect data from things, analyze and visualize the data with MATLAB, and act on your data. With MATLAB from MathWorks, you have access to powerful data processing and analysis functions for IoT data. To extend the functionality, we offer toolboxes such as the Statistics and… read more >>

Use MATLAB ‘timetable’ to Merge ThingSpeak Data Channels 7

Posted by Hans Scharler,

We released a new version of MATLAB® and it’s available now for every ThingSpeak user. MATLAB R2016b includes many new features that make it easy to work with time-stamped tabular data, manipulate, compare, and store text data efficiently, and find, fill, and remove missing data.
With multiple sensors around my house or… read more >>

Analyzing Squirrel Behaviour and Weather Forecasting with MATLAB and ThingSpeak

Posted by Hans Scharler,

Lord Kelvin said, “If you can not measure it, you can not improve it.” In Carsten’s project, he built a squirrel feeder complete with sensors and a camera. The “Squirrel Cafe” allows squirrels to lift a cover and take a peanut. When that happens, data gets collected and the feeder tweets its… read more >>

Prototyping IoT Analytics with MATLAB and ThingSpeak

Posted by Hans Scharler,

Rob Purser, our Senior Development Manager for IoT, will be holding a hands-on workshop at this year’s IoT Evolution in Las Vegas. Rob will teach the attendees how to prototype IoT analytics using MATLAB and the IoT platform, ThingSpeak.

The Internet of Things typically involves a discussion of smart devices and… read more >>

Weather Station with Particle, SparkFun, ThingSpeak, and MATLAB

Posted by Hans Scharler,

[Haodong Liang] has released a weather station project with full MATLAB data analysis, device source code, and procedures on Hackster.io. He used the Particle Electron to connect the SparkFun weather station to ThingSpeak anywhere covered by a 2G/3G cellular data network. The project demonstrates how to build your own and… read more >>

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