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Picture fixed. ;D
Please let me know if there's something else wrong.
Sorry for the incovenience. Schematics and description were incorrect (maybe I re-used it from a previous tuturial in which I was using softserial instead of a separate Serial port).
I fixed it. Now you can see the connection bewteen ESP8266 RX/TX pins to Arduino's pins 14 and 15.
Once again, sorry for the mistake.
There are other service you might use, like Adafruit.io for instance. If you want a local plot, you can also think of Blynk App.
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