Flood Control District Plot Tool - Precipitation Sensors

The plot above was created with these parameters:

range type=auto, plot type=line, display interval=blank, data marker=circle, line thickness=1.5, color=red

 

The plot below was created with these parameters:

range type=auto, plot type=bar, display interval=1 hour, data marker=NONE, line thickness=blank, color=red

Use the form below to select plot parameters:

On the graph produced, the squares along the line represent individual data points -

place your pointer on one to see its time and value.


Select a precipitation sensor to plot:
 
Enter the Starting date-time of the plot period:
(required - format is MM/DD/YYYY-HH:MM:SS)
 
Enter the Ending date-time of the plot period:
(optional, default is current time - format is MM/DD/YYYY-HH:MM:SS)
 
Select an image Width:
(optional, in pixels)
Select an image Height:
(optional, in pixels)
 
Select range type for the Y-axis:
(optional, "auto" or "fixed", default is auto)
If "fixed" is selected above, enter the Upper Limit:
for the plot scale in inches, decimals OK.
If "fixed" is selected above, enter the Lower Limit:
for the plot scale in inches, decimals OK.
 
Select a Plot Type:
(optional, default is line)
(if "point", then Data Marker Shape cannot be "NONE")
Select a Display Interval:
(optional, default is no interval)
(Use if "bar" is selected in Plot Type above)
Select a Data Marker Shape:
(optional, default is square)
Select a Line Thickness:
(optional, use if "line" is the selected Plot Type)
Select a Line (or Fill) Color:
(optional, default is black)