Really sorry for the delay! We got carried away with a few new feature-sets on the next iteration of RumpelLite and more dataplugs to be rolled out very soon...
You certainly can, but just to understand to how much detail to give you, how comfortable are you working with APIs? Everything I write below is covered in the API reference, but some details are specific to location.
As an example, data from a specific "table" can be accessed as by calling:
To walk you through how to do that exactly in your case will need to do get more technical...
In the above address:
HATNAME is the name of your HAT
TABLE_ID is the ID of the locations table (different on every HAT, details below on how to look it up)
pretty=true just formats the data in a simpler/prettier format
It also takes additional parameters:
TOKEN is obtained by authenticating with the HAT. The API documentation probably explains it better than I could rewrite here: http://hub-of-all-things.github.io/doc/?shell#authentication
limit=X (optional) where X is an upper limit of how many data points to return in a provided time-frame (default is 1000, very large values will make the request time-out)
starttime=Y (optional) so-called Unix time for the start of the time-frame. 0 is the beginning of time which happens to be 00:00:00 UTC on Thursday, 1 January 1970
endtime=Z (optional) Unix time for the end of the time-frame
In other words, if there is more data than can be returned in one go, you need to do "paging". For an example of how Rumpel does it you can take a look at its code: https://github.com/Hub-of-all-Things/Rumpel/blob/master/src/app/locations/locations.service.ts#L47
Now to find the specific Location Table ID you would call: http://HATNAME.hubofallthings.net/data/table?name=locations&source=iphone with the same authentication requirement as above.
Now all that is a little involved, but that's the price of having any data coming into the HAT and being able to use it at the level of individual values. We are simplifying some of it for the next release of the HAT core and have various tools to simplify working with it across a number of HATs.