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Offline kocher

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New Interactives trend graphs (temperatura and rain)
« on: July 08, 2015, 10:47:44 AM »
Greetings to all

I present my new 2 graphics to see the trend of temperature and rainfall from the commissioning of our station.

Script courtesy of: Michael Holden from
Script calculations courtesy of: Murry Conarroe from
Script modifications courtesy of Blackjack52:

The graphics are created with Highcharts libraries, that is, which are interactive.


Columns of temperature and rain take different colors, depending on their values.

How does it work?:

With file "testtags.php"

- Having updated our web testtags.php file.
- Install "jquery.min.js" file and point to it
  (Line 198 of the temperature graph)
  (Line 317 of the rain graph )

You can see here the difference between the classic version of this page, and the new version:

Classic version:
Interactive version:

Download link:

- jquery.min.js: (rename to jquery.min.js) and upload it to our website

- climate-temp-trend-hc-2.php: (rename to climate-temp-trend-hc-2.php and upload it to our website).

- climate-rain-trend-hc-2.php: (rename to climate-rain-trend-hc-2.php and upload it to our website).

I hope you enjoy it  :D

Saludos desde San sebastián

« Last Edit: August 18, 2015, 11:55:02 AM by kocher »

Offline Priscilla55

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Re: New Interactives trend graphs (temperatura and rain)
« Reply #1 on: January 08, 2017, 08:42:32 PM »
These are very nice graphs. Thank you for posting the information about how you made them. I am going to look into this, as I do not care for the graphs generated by the Weather-Display program. Not to mention I can't see a way to isolate just the temperature or just the barometer graph from WD.