Yearly graph???

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9 years 4 months ago #486 by WA0RTU
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Dan, would it be practical to add a yearly to the maps graphing? Don't need it.... :whistle: but would like to see it sometime in the future, as I plan to be here a while :)

Thanks.

Hope everybody had a good holiday season.
But......................... is it COLD! Need more radiation.


TK

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9 years 4 months ago #490 by Frank
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Is that the same trend chart that is produced in the shared area? of which is the same feature I mentioned at some point to see if it was available down the road that we could share on our sites? listed under the "Long term trend" tab in the shared area? There is a last month, last 3 months,last 6 months, last year, and last 2 years. B)

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9 years 4 months ago #493 by WA0RTU
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Hi Frank. I was not clear on what I wanted I guess.
On the radmon.org page you can chart a station by day, week month, 3month, I was looking to add a year graph to that.
My detector is online via an Ethernet connection. So don't use the software side of things. Check online a couple of times thru out the day.

TK

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9 years 4 months ago #494 by Frank
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lol, got ya. And yes, at one time Dan had mentioned something about adding the 1 year chart to that. :)

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9 years 4 months ago #519 by Juzzie
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Yes, a yearly graph is much needed. For every year. It is important to see long term trends in order to make the monitoring effort more meaningful.

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9 years 4 months ago #520 by mw0uzo
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Yes, a yearly graph is much needed. For every year. It is important to see long term trends in order to make the monitoring effort more meaningful.


Yes, there should be a history of these graphs stored as time goes on. I will have to make a scipt or something that generates them.
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