Jen Fox
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Using Arduino for Citizen Science!

Learn how to use an Arduino (uno) microcontroller to gather and analyze data for all your curious questions!

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Using Arduino for Citizen Science!

Things used in this project

Hardware components

ELEGOO UNO R3 Board ATmega328P ATMEGA16U2 with USB Cable
ELEGOO UNO R3 Board ATmega328P ATMEGA16U2 with USB Cable
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ELEGOO 130pcs Solderless Flexible Breadboard Jumper Wires 4 Different Lengths Male To Male
ELEGOO 130pcs Solderless Flexible Breadboard Jumper Wires 4 Different Lengths Male To Male
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Solderless Breadboard Half Size
Solderless Breadboard Half Size
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Tilt Switch, SPST
Tilt Switch, SPST
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DHT11 Temperature & Humidity Sensor (3 pins)
DHT11 Temperature & Humidity Sensor (3 pins)
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LED (generic)
LED (generic)
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Resistor 100 ohm
Resistor 100 ohm
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Code

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Serial.print(sensorReading1); 
Serial.print(","); 
Serial.print(sensorReading2); 
Serial.print(","); 
Serial.println();

Using Arduino for Citizen Science

A repository for Arduino sketches for three citizen science demo projects!

Credits

Jen Fox

Jen Fox

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Dabbled in dark matter, settled into engineering w/ a blend of inventing and education! Founder/CEO of FoxBot Industries

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