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ThingSpeak™ is a free web service that lets you collect and store sensor data in the cloud and develop Internet of Things applications. The ThingSpeak web service provides apps that let you analyze and visualize your data in MATLAB®, and then act on the data. Sensor data can be sent to ThingSpeak from Arduino®, Raspberry Pi™, BeagleBone Black, and other hardware.

Get Started

Learn the basics of ThingSpeak

Configure Accounts and Channels

Information on ThingSpeak channels, users, and licenses

Write Data to Channel

Use the REST and MQTT APIs to update channels with software or devices

Read Data from Channel

Use the REST and MQTT APIs to read channels using software or devices

Prepare and Analyze Data

Filter, transform, and respond to data in MATLAB

Visualize Data

Transform and visualize data in MATLAB

Act on Data

Use ThingSpeak apps to trigger an action or transform and visualize data

Specialized Analysis with MATLAB

ThingSpeak examples that show use of the advanced tools available in add-on toolboxes

API Reference

Use the REST and MQTT APIs to update ThingSpeak channels and to chart numeric data stored in channels


Use ThingSpeak and MATLAB to interact with your data: Device, Analysis, and Visualization Examples