Feature #485: Graphical representation of channels
Graphical historical representation
|Assignee:||Android Dashboard Developers||% Done:|
|Category:||FrSky Hub||Spent time:||-|
|Target version:||5.0 Graphical representation of channels|
Several options depending on sensor.
altitude: actual value, relative value, graph over time, variometer tones, alarm for min/max
gps: google maps, speed gauge, compass, alarm min/max on speed, something with time & date?
accl: graphs per axis?
Temp: graph, alarm min/max
rpm: graph, alarm min/max?
voltage: graph, alarm min/max diff per cell, total voltage and alarm min total
fuel level: bar, alarm min
#3 Updated by Espen Solbu over 5 years ago
- Target version changed from 3.0 FrSky hub and sensors to 5.0 Graphical representation of channels
Moving this to 5.0 (fancy graphical representation) as all hub channels should be possible to present in the normal dashboard. (using the standard channel concept)
#4 Updated by Hans Cappelle over 5 years ago
this is the graph lib I found: http://code.google.com/p/achartengine/
comes from this stackoverflow discussion: http://stackoverflow.com/questions/424752/any-good-graphing-packages-for-android
#5 Updated by Espen Solbu over 5 years ago
Seems good for charting. I don't think it will work out of the box for graphical representation of channels though.
(Main plan for representation of channels is graphical object showing snapshot of value in a graphical manner).
We should probably also add historical visualization at some point as well.
(all channels could have following views:
- Currentvalue view (e.g. drawing of battery showing how full it is, as well as label with value)
- Historical view (chart of channel for current flight)
- Configuration view (used to configure the channel)
For historical views, it would be beneficial to be able to combine historical view from multiple channels into one view as well. (e.g. "show me voltage, speed and altitide for current flight in one graph")
I'll re-organize the tickets to cover both types of graphical representation