The first and only Arduino library where Geiger Counter and MQ Sensors combine with Data Science
This library supports a wide range of gas sensors, including popular models like [MQ-2, MQ-3, MQ-4, MQ-5, MQ-6, MQ-7, MQ-8, MQ-9, MQ-131, MQ-135, MQ-136, MQ-137 MQ-303A, MQ-309A] . It provides convenience by offering ready-made RL assignments for soldered models. It performs the calibration process through ready-made percentiles from gas to gas, rather than from sensor to sensor. You can also calculate resistor values for sensor analog readings from 0 to 100 without any physical sensor. The library provides separate support for external gas sensors, allowing you to easily calculate new a and b coefficients with Python Language (logarithm and regression). Additionally, it supports Geiger Counter models for radiation measurements, providing usv/hr, Avg, sdCPM, and CPM count values at customizable intervals. With built-in data export to CSV files, you can easily visualize sensor data and create reference lines for data-based DataScience projects using the Matplotlib library.

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This library is compatible with all architectures so you should be able to use it on all the Arduino boards.


To use this library, open the Library Manager in the Arduino IDE and install it from there.