Arduino Science Journal for Android allows you to gather data from the world around you. It uses sensors to measure your environment, like light and sound, so you can graph your data, record your experiments, and organize your questions and ideas. It's the lab notebook you always have with you.
📈Visualize and graph data from a variety of sources including your device's built-in sensor 📲Connect to external sensors over BLE . 📷Annotate with pictures and 📝notes.
Building the app
Download the source, go into the OpenScienceJournal directory and run:
Alternatively, import the source code in OpenScienceJournal into Android Studio (File, Import Project).
Note: You'll need Android SDK version 27, build tools 23.0.3, and the Android Support Library to compile the project. If you're unsure about this, use Android Studio and tick the appropriate boxes in the SDK Manager.
Google Drive Sync
In order to enable Google Drive Sync, you must first create a Google API project and enable the Drive API for your app. See instructions in the Google Drive API documentation
Please read our guidelines for contributors.
Open Science Journal is licensed under the Apache 2 license.
Science Journal formerly brought to you by Making & Science, an initiative by Google. Arduino Science Journal is now an official Arduino Education product.
If you think you found a vulnerability or other security-related bug in the Arduino Science Journal, please read our security policy and report the bug to our Security Team
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