[rrd-users] Graphing average temperatures
pmatil at gmail.com
Thu Nov 22 06:40:06 CET 2007
Yes, I think the sliding window average (TREND) could work for me. So I need
to define a 24 hr sliding window to plot 24 hr averages? Is the TREND curve
same as if I graphed this: GPRINT:Inside:AVERAGE:"\t%6.2lf °C" (on the
picture on my last post)? Erik De Mare: how do you graph the averages for
On 11/22/07, Erik de Mare <erik at oezie.org> wrote:
> I think you are looking vor something like this:
> the thick lines are TREND lines with a window of 1 week.
> the thinner lines are the average values for that day, and the most thin
> lines are min and max values during that day.
> Petteri Matilainen schreef:
> > If I'm reading your graphs correctly, you don't graph the average
> > temperature at all. You only display it on the 'avg.' column. I
> > specifically need to graph the average over 24 hrs, 1 week, 1 month and
> > 1 year. I have read your 'how to do this' and it has been very useful.
> > Here's a sample image of what I've managed to graph so far:
> > http://www.kotikone.fi/pmatil/out_day.png.
> > On the picture there is also the gap I mentioned.
> > The average curve is plotted the way I described it on my earlier posts.
> > cheers,
> > Petteri
> > On 11/21/07, *Paul Rimmer* <paul-rimmer at ronin-tech.com
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