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MX and select a graph?

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MX and select a graph?

Post by WetCoast » Fri 15 Mar 2019 3:38 am

My apologies if this has already been covered but I couldn't find anything recent on this subject in the forum.

The question: is there a way to do 'Select-A-Graph' in Cumulus MX as I could in Cumulus 1?

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Re: MX and select a graph?

Post by water01 » Fri 15 Mar 2019 4:26 am

No I am afraid not.

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Re: MX and select a graph?

Post by WetCoast » Sat 16 Mar 2019 10:36 pm

That's too bad.
I wonder if anyone has found an external application to create graphs from the data. I suppose even something as simple as Open Office Calc (or Excel) could do it? Perhaps there is a better solution?

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Re: MX and select a graph?

Post by HRVistaWeather » Sun 17 Mar 2019 4:44 am

Hi you can using jpgraph ( https://github.com/mcrossley/Cumulus-MX-Gauge-Graphs ).
Use your original select a graph script and point the graphs to each "graphTempOut.php" etc there's many ways to do it.
I use it as per attached image :
JP Graphs Franklin Weather.png
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