Image with statistical information
#1
Hello,

I am currently developing a new image for the detector data with statistical informtion of the last 4 weeks. The image should help to recognized interference times and other probems.

Here is an exampl of my detector

https://map.blitzortung.org/statistic_1....omposed=10

Parameters are
station
region
minutes_composed
header_line 0/1 switches the heading off / on
header_text 0/1 switches the color explanations on / off
drawing_area_height 1-300 defines the scale height.
weeks 1-4 limits the display to the last weeks
time_zone -11/12 adjust the rtime scaling to local time
background_transparent 0/1 set background color to transparent

Greetings,
Egon
Stations: 753, 762, 1403
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#2
Thanks Egon, really cool and I can see it being very helpful.

By modifying the URL for my station and region, I was able to view my graph.

Regards

Dries
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Station: 2100
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#3
Here are some additional parameters:

header_line 0/1 switches the heading off / on
header_text 0/1 switches the color explanations on / off
drawing_area_height 1-300 defines the scale height.
weeks 1-4 limits the display to the last weeks

here's an example:

https://map.blitzortung.org/statistic_1...._height=50

/Egon
Stations: 753, 762, 1403
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#4
Thank you, Egon!  Smile

(2020-02-09, 02:50)dupreezd Wrote: By modifying the URL for my station and region, I was able to view my graph.

Sure enough!
https://map.blitzortung.org/statistic_1....=3&weeks=4
My green line on 1977 is over 100%. Is that just a bug that needs to be worked out?
However, 2294 is not over 100%. https://map.blitzortung.org/statistic_1....=3&weeks=3

Dries, your green graph is even higher than mine. https://map.blitzortung.org/statistic_1....=3&weeks=3. I wonder what that means.
Regards,
Mike W.
Stations: 1977, 2294
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#5
(2020-02-09, 19:15)mwaters Wrote: Dries, your green graph is even higher than mine. https://map.blitzortung.org/statistic_1....=3&weeks=3.  I wonder what that means.

I don't think it means anything Smile . My guess is a scaling factor of the graph.

Dries
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Station: 2100
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#6
interesting, and some storm coming over Europe .. see how it behaves  Cool
Stations: 1476
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#7
Super awesome Egon. I can not wait!
Kevin McCormick KB0UOI
Macomb, IL USA
Stations: 1539
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#8
Hello Egon,

many thanks for the statistics diagram. In general it works quite well, but at the moment the four weeks are full, there seems to be old data displayed in the newest day.
I took a screenshot today at 6 AM and found data being displayed for the entire day until midnight. See the bottom right corner of the diagram, the time vexong 6 AM.
   

Cheers
Klaus
Stations: 2065 2729
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#9
past wk


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Stations: 689, 791, 1439
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#10
(2020-03-06, 16:16)cutty Wrote: past wk

Wow! How much of that was done in a graphics editing program? I'd like to see my stations automatically displayed on the same page like this!
Regards,
Mike W.
Stations: 1977, 2294
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#11
(2020-03-06, 18:31)mwaters Wrote:
(2020-03-06, 16:16)cutty Wrote: past wk

Wow! How much of that was done in a graphics editing program? I'd like to see my stations automatically displayed on the same page like this!

Like This?
https://frankfortweather.us/frankfortblitz/

Stations: 689, 791, 1439
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#12
Thanks! That looks easy enough.

EDIT: Since I don't have a web server right now, I just have 1977 and 2294 in two different browser tabs, and just switch between the two.
Regards,
Mike W.
Stations: 1977, 2294
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#13
I'm fiddling with a rather confusing 'one stop' page to monitor and control my three stations from a single webpage, but will work great for a single station, also, which currently looks like the video below.
 I'll get around to making active in both public and private formats soon, hopefully, with templates, ideas... bear with me... it's complex for an old guy like me who doesn't speak PhP or other such languages... heh...Quick Look here:
Video Overview

Cheeers!
Mike

Stations: 689, 791, 1439
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#14
(2020-04-01, 14:19)cutty Wrote: I'm fiddling with a rather confusing 'one stop' page to monitor and control my three stations from a single webpage, but will work great for a single station, also, which currently looks like the video below.
 I'll get around to making active in both public and private formats soon, hopefully, with templates, ideas... bear with me... it's complex for an old guy like me who doesn't speak PhP or other such languages... heh...Quick Look here:
Video Overview

Cheeers!
Mike

Mike, excellent, good job so far.

Dries
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Station: 2100
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#15
really nice  Cool
Stations: 1476
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#16
Hi Mike
Will you be sharing the code for others to use? Very new to all this.
Many thanks
Chris
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#17
Hello Egon,

I've two questions to statistics_2b.
1) Would it be possible to show distances beyond 5000 km in the diagram?
2) The minimum distance printed top left of the diagram matches with the bars. The maximum distance in the bars shows higher values than the one printed top left. What is the meaning of the maximum distance and why is there a difference?

   

Klaus
Stations: 2065 2729
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#18
Hi folks,


the minimum and maximum distance now relates to the days displayed. I'm sorry about the bug.

The distance scaling can now be set individually, but it remains exponential to the exponent 1/2.The scaling can now be set individually, but it remains exponential to exponent 1/2. The specified values must be greater than 0, ascending, and separated by commas.


Here is an example with distance_labels=10,50,200,500,2000,5000,10000:

https://map.blitzortung.org/statistic_2b...5000,10000

with labels_extension=1 the last label is the maximum of the last label and the maximal distance.

https://map.blitzortung.org/statistic_2b...xtension=1

Further suggestions for improvement are welcome. I am currently working on a direction image for the received signals of lightning strikes.

I have moved the scripts statistic_1b.php and statistic_2b.php to statistic_1.php and statistik_2.php, even if the new database only contains 13 days now.

/Egon
Stations: 753, 762, 1403
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#19
Hello Egon,
thanks for the quick response and the highly appreciated new diagrams.
Klaus
Stations: 2065 2729
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#20
Hi folks,

here are two small changes for statistic_1.php

1.) With time_zone (-11 to 12) the time scale can be adapted to the local time. Currently 2 for Europe. Please no discussions about Daylight saving time. In Europe, the time change will be abolished next year anyway.

2.) On special request, the background color can be set to transparent with background_transparent = 1.

statistic_2.php will also be adjusted to the time_zone parameters in the next few days.

/ Egon


Here is an Example:

https://map.blitzortung.org/statistic_1....ime_zone=2
Stations: 753, 762, 1403
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