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ThingSpeak, MATLAB, and the Internet of Things

Introducing the New ThingSpeak Community Hosted at MathWorks

First, I would like to introduce the new ThingSpeak Community hosted at MathWorks. The community will moderated and curated by Christopher Stapels, product marketing manager for ThingSpeak and IoT engineer extraordinaire.

What is ThingSpeak? ThingSpeak is an IoT analytics platform service that allows you to aggregate, visualize, and analyze live data streams in the cloud. You can send data to ThingSpeak from your devices, create instant visualization of live data, and send alerts. It has MATLAB Analytics tailored for IoT included.

ThingSpeak has a vibrant community of makers and engineers and users all over the world. We are building connected toasters, air quality sensors, and smart irrigation systems on The Things Network. Part of the success of ThingSpeak has been the community. Users from all around the world share their data, their projects, and their experiences building IoT projects. We all learn from each other and some of our projects turn into products and solutions.

To join the ThingSpeak Community, visit MATLAB Central hosted MathWorks. The new community site features a discussion forum, Q&A, related files, related blog posts, related videos, and links to resources that support ThingSpeak. If you want to be notified of new things added to the ThingSpeak Community, click “Follow the community”. By being hosted at MathWorks, you also get direct access to all of the MATLAB and Simulink resources to extend your IoT projects.

Let us know what you think. What should we include going forward? What new resource would help you?

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