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App collects, analyzes scientific data

SPARKvue™ App is data collection and analysis software that allows  measurement, data visualization and analysis in or out of the classroom. 
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PASCO® scientific’s SPARKvue™ App optimized for the iPad™ is data collection and analysis software that allows real-time measurement, data visualization and analysis in or out of the classroom.

Students can measure pH, temperature, force and carbon dioxide level by connecting any one of the PASPORT® sensors to the iPad, iPhone™, or iPod® touch via the PASPORT Airlink2™, a Bluetooth® wireless sensor interface. Data can be collected and displayed in graphs, digits, and meters and summarized with statistics.

The app can be downloaded for free from the App Store. PASPORT Airlink2 and PASPORT sensors are sold separately. For more information visit www.pasco.com/iPhone.

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