A brief description of what the project looks like, what the tool does and the results you can ge...
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A brief description of what the project looks like, what the tool does and the results you can get can be found here at the moment:
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Hi Warren. Yes, this is a project of mine. This is currently run at home, sampling ambient air outside on my terrace. Since I live in a small village, variations in pollutants concentration is mainly related to domestic heating (wood) in the cold season.
Wow, that's great -- if you'd like to build out more about it, feel free to upload more photos and potentially create a page about it using one of our templates: https://publiclab.org/templates
Does it have a name?
Hi @mprof9, if you post your project following the template above, people can start asking questions and collaborating! sensor calibration is a big topic. :)
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