SensorPush recently introduced a API to query the temperature and humidity samples recorded by their smart sensors via G1 WIFI GATEWAY - As long as the API is in beta stage, you have to contact support to get access!
This Python 3 tool can query the API and save the temperature and humidity time series to InfluxDB so it can easily be plotted with Grafana.
If you don't have an G1 WIFI Gateway and still want to plot your temperature, you can us another little tool I wrote to feed the CSV file which you can export via the Android App to InfluxDB.
# sensorpush.py --help usage: sensorpush.py [-h] [-s STARTTIME] [-p STOPTIME] [-b BACKLOG] [-t TIMESTEP] [-q QLIMIT] [-d DELAY] [-l] [-g] [-i SENSORLIST [SENSORLIST ...]] [-x] Queries SensorPus API and stores the temp and humidity readings in InfluxDB optional arguments: -h, --help show this help message and exit -s STARTTIME, --start STARTTIME start query at time (e.g. "2019-07-25T00:10:41+0200") -p STOPTIME, --stop STOPTIME Stop query at time (e.g. "2019-07-26T00:10:41+0200") -b BACKLOG, --backlog BACKLOG Minutes back in time to fetch data (default 1440 minutes [24 h]) -t TIMESTEP, --timestep TIMESTEP Time slice per query (in minutes) to fetch (default 720 minutes [12 h]) -q QLIMIT, --querylimit QLIMIT Number of samples to return per sensor (default no limit) -d DELAY, --delay DELAY Delay in seconds between queries -l, --listsensors Show a list of sensors and exit -g, --listgateways Show a list of gateways and exit -i SENSORLIST [SENSORLIST ...], --sensorlist SENSORLIST [SENSORLIST ...] List of sensor IDs to query -x, --dryrun Do not write anything to the database, just print what would have been written
# sensorpush_csv-import.py --help usage: sensorpush_csv-import.py [-h] [-f CSVFILE] [-s SENSORNAME] [-i SENSORID] [-d] [-c CHUNKS] Reads a CSV file exported from the SensorPush Android App and stores the temp and humidity readings in InfluxDB optional arguments: -h, --help show this help message and exit -f CSVFILE, --csvfile CSVFILE CSV file exported from the SensorPush Android App -s SENSORNAME, --sensorname SENSORNAME Sensor name -i SENSORID, --sensorid SENSORID Sensor id -d, --dryrun Do not write anything to InfluxDB - just print what would have been written -c CHUNKS, --chunks CHUNKS Write data in chunks to InfluxDB to not overload e.g. a RaspberryPi