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    Take a potentiometer as a voltage divider?

    I agree with dl324. Remove the potentiometer, connect the lower end of the fan motor to the transistor collector, and use PWM mode on GPIO18 to control fan speed. Also, you need to see how much current the fan needs, and whether a 2N2222 transistor can handle it.
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    Use of oscilloscope

    Check horizontal timing and triggering. Try Auto trigger mode and 1 ms per division. What scope model? Post a picture of your scope including the control settings.
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    Hwo Do I add up analogue inputs to average them?

    Hi Eva, there are many ways to average a signal, which will meet your reduce the amount of bouncing around, but also limit the ability to accurately measure short duration spikes. If you want to stay with a non-microprocessor solution, the data sheet shows that the ACS712 has a filter pin (6)...