What format do you want since you are the suggestor! :D
perhaps "sensor,port,vidpid,yyyymmdd,hh:mm:ss:uu,raw,evalua ted"
so for the first data bit in the pic above, it would be "Ultrasonic Sensor,0,0,20071225,16:30:30:500,3.456,10.65". Good enough?
This also means if you dont like the colours, you can just change the pictures and it will change in the display.
(Again les values are not correct, they were a quick copy/paste into an XML to test ;))
I would appreciate any suggestions on anything from content to colour scheme. Critisisms or new ideas also appreciated. :)
I think I may be getting a little carried away like this, but once I get started on an idea, I tend to wander on design and then "just a little change" in the layout and I lose 4 hours to tweaking it to look perfect. :lol: Its a curse! I hope it is worth it though...
It's definatly worth it man, I'm the same way. I got all my planned upgrades done for the next release of RRCam, but by then i had a bunch of little ideas, and rewrote half the codebase :p So worth it in the end though.
This is going to be skinnable, right? Aside from mean/median/mode of the values, how about a graph of all values, or a graph every x seconds or so? Being able to apply equations to the graphed output would be awesome too, kinda like a spreadsheet app ;)
Whats going through my mind when i say equations is that basically, I would liek to use an accelerometer to measuer acceleration (yes, I know, very creative) and estimate power from that. I've dont it before based off of the datalogging from my cars computer, which spit out a timestamp and the vehicle speed...
Its probably too complicated and niche, best left to spreadsheet apps (which is why csv would be nice =] )
Ok, here is some more updates:
When you just open the webpage, you see the first image. All the sensors are dynamically retrieved from the XML file. The timesteps right now are milliseconds, seconds, minutes, and hours. The starttime and endtime are not done yet, but you will be able to choose which time to which time.
After seelcting the sensor. Usually the menu scrolls back up, but I clicked it again and scrolled it down. So all the top menus animate themselves up and down:
Changed the timestep, so more data is shown, and the menus default roll up: