Can we continue the discussion about the EventHub App here?
Scott W Harden, DMD, PhD, dentist and biological research scientist with a passion for collaborative public software and hardware development:
developed the sound card ecg:
and the ScottPlot:
There are now two options availble for a live-stream from a GARMIN watch:
1. Moxymonitor ANT to Serial Converter which is commercially available (for MATLAB):
2. Garmin IoT Series is a Microsoft Azure Cloud solution from Dave Does Demos :
Is Scott s software a good free and open-source toolbox which could be used as a standard interface for the GARMIN watch? Is there any software which is better than Scott s software for tthis purpose?
I suggest the developement of a new app called "real-time Namaste". But it could also suggest the developement of a new app called "EventHubApp bridge to Dr. Scott Harden Scott Plott".
Dr. Scott Hardens ScottPlott had 9.360 total downloads, 29 downloads per day (avg). Is this not also Champions League? Here you can find the figures:
Would Dr. Scott Hardens ScottPlott not be a good standard interface also for GARMIN, Microsoft, Matlab, Moxymonitor and other applications?
What sense does it have when every company has their own interface to the GARMIN watch?
There are some bluetooth smart models available in MATLAB, which look promising:
.fit files when converted to csv are a data soup. It takes a lot of time to get meaningful data out of it:
there is currently no live-steam available from a GARMIN watch which would allow building up a data base with a simple and clear data structure.
An EventHubApp, Microsoft Azure Cloud, Power BI, Matlab, Python project could solve this problem.
An EventHubApp, Microsoft Azure Cloud,Power BI, Matlab, Python example demo video for dummies would solve this problem immediately.
14 downloads of the EventHubApp:
Did someone manage to get a working live-stream from the EventHubApp?