Re: dygraphOptions in REXYGEN HMI Designer
I'm looking into the possibility to zoom in by default, so when you open the page with the trend, on a part of a trend plot in REXYGEN HMI software.
In the above mentioned topic on the old forum, that is referring to the options in dygraph, I found some interesting link that referred to a "date Windows".
Initially zoom in on a section of the graph. Is of the form [earliest, latest], where earliest/latest are milliseconds since epoch. If the data for the x-axis is numeric, the values in dateWindow must also be numbers.
Type: Array of two numbers
Default: Full range of the input is shown
Unfortunately I do not succeed to figure out the required code in the "options" to select for instance only the last 8 hours of a trendchart that is using for instance 3 full days.
I'm sampling every 2 minutes (pfac = 2400) and have a trendplot of 3 days (l = 2160).
Unfortunately I don't find what exact code should be used to achieve the behavior as referred to in the example online.
Any help would be greatly appreciated.
cechurat last edited by
thanks for interesting feature request.
It is possible to set dygraph options in REXYGEN HMI Designer - which means that it is static. According to the dygraph docs the dateWindow should be dynamically changed according to the desired time window (which is constantly moving): "earliest/latest are milliseconds since epoch".
The only workaround in my mind for now is to use two trend plots - one 8h and one 3 days long.
Not exactly what I want.
But what about this "Link-Interaction" Dygraph type?
Here a possibility to zoom to an hour, day or week etc. and move this time span to the left or to the right with the Pan parameters listed....
Can such a graph be implemented in Rexygen?
ondrej_severa last edited by
we are using dateWindow function during trend refresh. Thus every time we get a new data the time widow is adjusted. So you are not able to use this attribute for custom default zoom. I suggest to follow the @cechurat recommendation and create a 3 hour trend.
Thank a lot for explanation Ondrej.
I will proceed accordingly.