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doublespaces

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Oct 18, 2016
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Okay, I just uploaded the new version, I addressed readability and added some basic server side caching. I had to uninstall the old version so the few logs which were uploaded will need uploaded again. Feel free to try it out and let me know if you find any bugs.

The tooltip got an overhaul in addition to some adjustments between light/dark themes:

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I'm still fine tuning the colors and spacing. On light theme, the colors repeat so that is something I'm trying to fix.
 

doublespaces

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Oct 18, 2016
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Another update is live.

Isolated series are now tracked in the URL parameters. Previously, sharing a specific view did not carry the isolated parameters with it.
The light style should not repeat colors for the different series, the colors are more diverse:
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The tooltip opacity has been reduced to 0.75 so you should be able to see the lines behind it a bit better
Bug fixes with the API upload
 

SJ_1989

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Aug 7, 2018
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Illinoisssss
This embedded viewer is legit!

Maybe it's just me but some of these colors in dark mode are fairly close to each other. Is there a way to distinguish them further? Maybe make some that have similar colors dashed lines and have an icon by the parameter name indicating a dashed line?
 

doublespaces

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Oct 18, 2016
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The latest javascript wasn't loaded for some reason, now the transparancy change should be live:

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This embedded viewer is legit!

Maybe it's just me but some of these colors in dark mode are fairly close to each other. Is there a way to distinguish them further? Maybe make some that have similar colors dashed lines and have an icon by the parameter name indicating a dashed line?
If you can identify the colors and give me an alternative in HTML color codes, I'll change it. These are colors that I threw together, literally in about 1 minute.

Here are the colors, they appear on the chart literally in this order:

Code:
colors: ['#9ab973', '#03c03c', '#f90','#dcd0ff', '#fafad2', '#1fcecb', '#0f0', '#77b5fe', '#e9692c', '#fdbcb4', '#8f00ff', '#b3446c', '#f8de7e', '#8c92ac', '#b39eb5', '#ffb347', '#f49ac2', '#b19cd9', '#cfcfc4', '#ff6961', '#dea5a4', '#cb99c9', '#aec6cf', '#966fd6', '#fdfd96', '#ffd1dc', '#7d7', '#f75394', '#30ba8f', '#ff5349', '#aaf0d1']
You can get them from a site like this:
https://htmlcolorcodes.com/
 

SJ_1989

Sergeant
Aug 7, 2018
261
Illinoisssss
That's the issue I run in to with our software tools at work when trying to view multiple parameters at once. Once you move away from the traditional RGB to shades of reds, blues, greens, etc it becomes difficult to visually distinguish one from the other. The way I get around it is to make some parameters dashed lines and/or I have multiple plot strips. Personally, I prefer multiple plot strips and group parameters that have similar scaling and/or units. That's just what I'm used to though with my tools. Honestly haven't used this or datazap much yet since my cars been down for so long so I'm sure I'd get used to it.

If you want an example of multiple plot strips where I'm viewing a bunch of data at once to get an idea I can send you something.

Here's an example of what I mean by some colors are close to each other from @noorj's datalog.

Can't wait for MHD to implement this!

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