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Question regarding Data collection/Live Experiments
Hello Smile
I am Currently in my last phase of teacher training and have to present a teaching unit with something "novel" as a part of that.
I'm trying to do Student experiments and collect all results to display, discuss and analyse together on my Laptop, and it seems like phyphox could be able to help me.

What is the most elegant way to do this? Its mostly experiments already implemented in phyphox if that helps.

From what I've been able to gather by now, its either possible by creating my own "live-experiment" including network connections like detailed here, distributing that to the different devices and then doing the data collection and representation on some server Ive set up, or working with remote control. I have some experience programming, but noting regarding networks so far, so I'm not sure how time consuming the first way would be.

Is phyphox a good tool for this or should I look for different solutions? My School has Cassy and LabQuest sets, but I haven't been able to get it to work with those yet.

Thanks for your time and the great App! Heart

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Question regarding Data collection/Live Experiments - by Reason5 - 08-07-2023, 02:54 PM

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