I have a JeeLink in a USB port on my desktop PC receiving data from a JeeNode, and that is working fine. I wrote a simple "Processing" sketch to log incoming data to a local file. My desktop PC is online via a DSL link. I'd like to be able to make a plot like the one here: http://www.bealecorner.org/best/measure/light/index.html but automatically updated with live (or almost-live) data. Is there a quick and easy way to do this? I downloaded the JeeMon demo that showed temperature and humidity in rooms in a house, but I'm not sure how to use it to generate a live plot or if it's the right tool for that.
I don't want to have to maintain a server on my desktop, I'd like the plot to appear on my external hosted website which runs the Apache server and has PHP, Perl, Python, TCL, Ruby and MySQL available (I'm vaguely familiar with, but no expert in any of those things).
This is not really a JeeNode or Arduino-specific question, but I'm sure some people here have ideas about it.
Updates: Whoops, I see there is already a recent thread about this at http://talk.jeelabs.net/topic/584#post-3298 For anyone else thinking about this, I found http://community.pachube.com/arduino/usb/processing a good place to start learning about what's involved in getting the data online. It seems the EEML library for Processing is designed for this very purpose.