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Channels and Charts API

Use the REST API to create ThingSpeak™ channels and to chart numeric data stored in channels

ThingSpeak, an IoT platform uses channels to store data sent from apps or devices. With the settings described in Channel Configurations, you can create a channel, then send and retrieve data to and from the channel. You can make your channels public to share data.

MATLAB® analysis and visualization apps enable you to explore and view your channel data. ThingSpeak Apps let you to interact with social media, web services, and devices.

Examples and How To

Channels

Create a Channel

Send an HTTP request to create a new channel.

Get Status Updates

Send an HTTP request to view channel status updates.

List Public Channels

Send an HTTP request to view a list of public channels.

View a Channel

Send an HTTP request to view a specific channel.

Update a Channel

Send an HTTP request to update information in an existing channel.

Clear a Channel

Send an HTTP request to clear all feed data from a channel.

Delete a Channel

Send an HTTP request to delete a channel.

Channel Feeds

Update a Channel Feed

Send an HTTP request to update channel feed data or channel status message, or send a tweet.

Get a Channel Feed

Send an HTTP request to view channel feed data.

Get a Channel Field Feed

Send an HTTP request to view channel field feed data.

Charts

Create a Chart

Send an HTTP request to create a chart.

Embed a Chart

Embed ThingSpeak charts on a custom web page.

Concepts

Channel Configurations

ThingSpeak stores data in channels. Learn how to configure a channel to control access, secure and import data.

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