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Historical

The Historical Data tab provides a comprehensive overview of all the data collected by the sensor over a specified period of time. This tab is designed to help users analyze and understand the trends and patterns in the data collected by the sensor.
The tab allows users to specify the time range for which they want to view the data. They can also filter the data based on specific parameters such as temperature, humidity, pressure, and so on. The tab displays the data in the form of graphs and charts, which makes it easy for users to visualize the data and identify any trends or patterns.
Users can also interact with the data on this tab. They can zoom in and out of the graphs and hover over specific data points to view their values.

Available Filters:

Figure 1 - Available Filters
Figure 1 - Available Filters
  • Tag/ Sensors
    • Provides you a list of available sensors to choose. You can either select a specific sensor, or select all.
  • Date From & Date To
    • These are datetime pickers that allow you to specify a particular range’s datetime from and datetime to.
  • Range Picker
    • These are quick range filters that you can choose if you opted not to specify the datetime from and datetime to.

Result Chart:

  • The historical data of most types of sensors will be displayed in a time series line chart.
Figure 2 - Time series line chart
Figure 2 - Time series line chart
  • However, historical data for the Rain and Wind Direction are displayed in an Accumulated bar chart, and Wind Rose respectively.
Figure 3 - Rain Depth
Figure 3 - Rain Depth
Figure 4 - Wind Data / Direction
Figure 4 - Wind Data / Direction
  • The result chart also has a navigator that allows you to zoom in and out of a particular range within the time series.
Figure 5 - Result Chart Navigator
Figure 5 - Result Chart Navigator
  • Alternatively, you can zoom-in by just selecting a specific range within the result chart.
Figure 6 - Selecting a Range
Figure 6 - Selecting a Range

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