Arduinos are increasing in usage and prevalence due to the ease in which they can be programmed. External sensors attached to the Arduinos are being used for various measurements, and many of them give raw data output such as voltage spikes or decibel readings. These readings were characterized so that one can interpret the readings relatively easily, and understand more completely, the environment which the sensors are in. The sensors utilized are as follows: photoresistor, vibrational, sound, temperature, pressure, and humidity.
Mortenson, Brett, "Characterization of Programmable Arduino Sensors" (2018). Physics Capstone Project. Paper 63.