Google Science Journal
Science Journal can connect to and collect data from Go Direct sensors. Currently, this feature is only supported on Android devices.
The other brand new feature you may want to explore is the ability to collect data into Excel directly. Requires Windows 10 computer, Microsoft Excel Data Streamer, Excel, and the latest version of Vernier Graphical Analysis™ 4 app.
For more information visit this page for some ideas and instruction: https://www.vernier.com/stem/microsoft-education/
Go Direct sensors can be used in coding instruction for everyone from novices to experienced programmers. We support Go Direct in following languages/platforms:
This popular block based programming language makes coding accessible to even the youngest students. Combine coding with input from the classroom via the Go Direct® Force and Acceleration Sensor (GDX-FOR) to bring the real world into your coding activities. Compatible with Mac or Windows computers, running Scratch Link app, or the Scratch app on a Chromebook.
For links and getting started information please visit https://scratch.mit.edu/vernier
Workbench has incorporated several of our sensors into the Programming canvas of their website. This allows you to code in a Blockly-based environment using our sensor data and interacting with other equipment such as micro:bit and SAM LABS education tools.
Learn more about Google Workbench: https://www.vernier.com/stem/google-workbench/
Connect mulitple Go Direct sensors via Bluetooth or USB. Note: Wireless connections in macOS requires the use of a specific Bluetooth dongle.
For additional information visit https://www.vernier.com/engineering/python/
LabVIEW and our Go Direct sensors have a very solid connection. For instance, you can use our Go Direct Accceleration sensor to investigate pitch and roll in a model airplane. If you are a LabVIEW programmer, download our drivers, express VIs, and sample programs.
Can I use Vernier LabQuest sensors with non-Vernier software or interfaces?
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