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Temperature graph improvements.

mkolowich 3 years ago updated by James 2 years ago 9

Thanks for this. However, this graph is pretty difficult to read without some courser grouping of temperatures on the x-axis (I.e. rather than graphing efficiency by tenths or a degree, group into full degree -- or even five-degree -- increments). That way the graph would be much less "spikes" (see below) and more legible and useful:


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Satisfaction mark by mkolowich 3 years ago

Agreed. I'll see what I can do to make it more legible. Thanks.

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How does this look?


I like it a lot. It's similar to a graph that I maintain using TeslaFi data, though I use Energy Consumption rather than efficiency (see below). Difference is that I graph all of the drive distances on the same graph.


I would contend, though (and I commented on this in a different thread), that an even more useful view is to look at the drive filters in INTERVALS (e.g. 1-5 miles, 5-10 miles, 10-25 miles, etc.) rather than minimums. That way, you can really see how efficiency varies by temperature and drive length. I would suggest defaulting to "ALL DRIVES" display, and offering filters by intervals.


Could we please get a temperature range of 110-120? Phoenix has at least 30 days a year when the temp is over 110.

Hi,


I'm seeing the 110-120 on your temperature page.  Is it not displaying for you or missing data?


Thanks,


James

Just curious to better understand this data... is it reflective of external temperature or internal battery temperature?


Cheers,


-Rafiq

External temperature