The Science Journal offers a couple of extra options very useful when reading measurements.
audio feature will make a continuous sound that changes its pitch depending on the value of the sensor. While the
trigger feature will do a certain action (alert the user, take a note, start/stop recording) when a certain event happens, for example when the read value rises over or falls under a certain value.
To access this options follow these steps:
From the experiment, tap the sensor section.
Choose the sensor to be used.
Once you’ve selected a sensor, tap More at the top right corner of the sensor card to open the menu.
Enable audioto hear your graph as it changes in real time. Once enabled, this menu will change to
You can change the sound created by tapping the
You can create triggers to automate your sensor recordings by tapping
To create a new one, click the
This will get you to the trigger setting menu hwre you can choose the following:
Trigger type: what do you want the trigger to do (take a note, start/stop the recording, just make an alert).
Trigger when: what is the condition that will trigger it.
Trigger value: the sensor value for the