[okfn-labs] [okfn-discuss] suggestion re. "drill down" for time series with non-homogenous coverage
pibinko at gmail.com
Wed Aug 6 08:25:37 UTC 2014
Hi Michael - following your indication I am extending this also to labs, so
apologies for cross-postings.
>2014-08-06 9:32 GMT+02:00 Michael Bauer <michael.bauer at okfn.org>:
>Very good question - I'd pose it over at okfn-labs as well (more techies
>Could you sketch out the workflow. E.g. will I first select (a) sensor(s)
>then the timespan?
In the ideal "storyboard", I would like to show a grid with sensors on one
axis, and years in the other axis, so that a user can have an immediate
appreciation for the distribution of the data in time.
clicking on a grid cell would lead to monthly level of detail (still
keeping the sensors on one axis, and finally clicking on a month would show
a daily level of detail).
Hope this helps
> Andrea Giacomelli
On Mon, Aug 04, 2014 at 05:57:34PM +0200, Andrea Giacomelli wrote:
> > Hi,
> > I have a data set  where data are coming from monitoring stations
> > have been activiated at different dates/years, and which may be off-line
> > for certain periods, so temporal coverage is not uniform once a station
> > enters our network.
> > I would like to display the availability of data ideally in the form of a
> > grid which provides some kind of drill down by showing years/months/days,
> > so that a user which eventually goes to query the systems for charting or
> > download can minimize the amount of "sorry, no data for this station in
> > this date range" kind of messages.
> > I can easily build a set of queries providing a count of data records per
> > station aggregated on a given time interval...
> > I would then like to know if you have any suggestions for a nice visual
> > front-end to these data arrays...in principle even returning a plain
> > with cells showing the number of records would be ok, but I'm taking the
> > exercise as an opportunity to check out some fresher options.
> > TIA for any feedback you may provide, and regards
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