# Work in progress, not ready for use
Serialbar acts as an intermediary between serial port data and database based storage
This was part of a project to save data from scientific instruments in a mongodb database but was made to be extendable
Generators are available to create a bearbones program
You still need to know the instrument response and how to parse the serialport data and pass that to data objects
A server component will be added in the future for quick data visualisation More adapters need to be written and will be based on Active Model Configuration file for projects
gem install serialbar (available but not working well due to timers)
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