Title of presentation:
Data-logging in RoboLab Programmer

Name: Linda Hamilton  Mentor/Faculty
Marshall University
Team number FLL 550
Email address hamilton@marshall.edu
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Linda Hamilton
Marshall University
746 Smith Hall
Department of Mathematics
400 Hal Greer Blvd
Huntington, WV 25755-2560
USA
1 (304) 696-3043
1 (304) 696-7166  LEGO CITY
 
 

Technical presentation on RoboLab Data-logging
Abstract:

ROBOLAB Data-Logging
Linda Hamilton, Mentor,  Math Instructor Marshall University
FLL Team 550
When working out programs ideas early in a new FLL season it is nice to get ideas of light sensor readings along lines and other colored areas, rotation sensor numbers to various missions, times until touch, etc. Data gathering and graphing can be done easily in PROGRAMMER without going into INVESTIGATOR.  Data-logging can be done over the Internet to SENSORSCITY and data received back anywhere. That data-logging program can be used as a template. Those of you with laptops with RoboLab can have immediate practice in data-logging. I will give instruction on how, even after FLL season is over, RoboLab can be used over the Internet for data-logging from http://SENSORSCITY.marshall.edu

Revised from:
When working out programs ideas early in a new FLL season it is nice to get ideas of light sensor readings along lines
and other colored areas, rotation sensor numbers to various missions, times until touch, etc.
Data-logging can be done right in PROGRAMMER and upload graphed.
Data-logging can be done over the Internet to SENSORSCITY and data received back anywhere.
The data-logging program from there can be used as a template and as an example for practice.
After FLL season RoboLab can still be used over the internet for data-logging from SENSORSCITY.
We will have hands on practice of data-logging and do data-logging on the web to SENSORSCITY.



RoboLab Datalogging presentation http://www.marshall.edu/LEGO/1/Datalogging/
given May 28, 2006 in Atlanta, Georgia at the FIRST  Robots Conference.

News and links
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