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Display Charts On RaspberryPI?

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Hello All

I recently went into an office in which they had a RaspberryPi set up showing all of their useful data on one screen. What I was wanting to know was whether I am able to export real-time monitoring graphs etc... to my RaspberryPI?

Any ideas on how I might do this?

Regards,

Sam

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Hi Sam,rn rnCurrently we do not have any way of exporting a feed, but you can export your dashboard widgets for external viewing using iFrame html tagging.rnOtherwise, there may be options to display a the information you are interested in in a webpage by making use of our API.rn rnBest,rn rnJoseph Skup,rnLogicMonitor Support

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Do you know what software they were using? Im not aware of any browser implementations on the RPI that would be fast enough to handle LogicMonitor.com.rnThere are probably a plethora of linux tools that you can use to graph your data - the question becomes: how do we get it out of LogicMonitor in realtime? You could use our API but we might be taking the first steps down a slippery slope with that approach.rnAnyone else have thoughts?

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