DIY HS Toolkit review 18 October 2019

What can we do to open up the possibility of more peer using the toolkit? This drove the coding this week. The Luftdaten project has tens of thousands of devices and now any of those owners or anyone wanting to view the open data can do so via the toolkit:

This involves knowing the devices id and the id of the two sensors. With this information the API provided by Luftdaten is called and the CSV files are parsed on the fly to view the data.

The Live Knowledge box and selecting knowledge elements e.g. what device to select as been made more robust and red feedback signals for missing data that needs to be there for a visualisation or compute to happen is now active.

Lastly, charting has been dominating the visualisation. The Table options has been there but not active. It is now:

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