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Samuel Leventini (SURF STEM)

Sense The World Around You

Samuel Leventini, Ashlie Martini PhD

Throughout testing where oxygen levels may be compromised such as in a confined lab room, it is imperative to develop a program that ensures the safety of those in the enclosed area. Rewriting and formulating this script allows us to add or remove functions that may be necessary in the future with operating the sensor the code is designed for. Our objective is to create a more user-friendly Python script to run the oxygen sensor by anyone in the testing room. In order to achieve this, the group removed unnecessary parts of the script (such as pressure readings which are not currently needed), which was from Liudr’s Blog, developed and copyrighted by Dr. John Liu, and made a more user-friendly code, as well as printing out recorded levels of oxygen and temperature in the form of a graph that can be copied at the end of the program. In conclusion, after rewriting, removing, and running the script, the Python code was successfully shaped to display the current oxygen level and a graph of the recorded measurements.

 

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