For my final project for second quarter physics for engineering, we are doing labs that we setup ourselves. The problem posed to my group was to measure the capacitance of a capacitor and it's dependance on external temperature, and then fit the data to what should be an exponential decay curve. My initial setup so far is this: I have an adjustable AC/DC power source, two multimeters, an adjustable resistor, a large 30v capacitor, and a switch. They are hooked in line as the following: Power source (+)->resistor->(+)multimeter(-)->(+)capacitor(-)->(+)multimeter(-)->switch->(-)power source. The capacitor is immersed in a hot water bath with DI water and a thermometer, on a hot plate. the multimeters have inputs to LoggerPro so that we can graph the data. What can I do to make this setup more efficient, and collect the data that I need? Any input would be greatly appreciated!