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Offline lddaly

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Station historical graph scripts
« on: May 20, 2019, 01:33:17 PM »
Are there any scripts currently in existence to display historical HighChart style graphs on our site? We were using the WU-Graphs script http://www.planoweather.com/wxwugraphs.php for this purpose, which has been a popular page (until wunderground.com turned off the ability to download station data via CSV file). We have 10 years of data collected in Weather Display, VWS, Cumulus, and WeatherLink and have been sending to Weather Underground, PWSWeather, and CWOP during that same time period.
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Re: Station historical graph scripts
« Reply #1 on: May 20, 2019, 02:08:15 PM »
There is this http://weather.wildwoodnaturist.com/downloads.php

He also has an alternate version here:

http://weather.wildwoodnaturist.com/downloadsCVW.php

Like you I am dead in the water.... Many of us are. I have 6yrs lost right now.... Stick around. I am sure the community will gather and look at alternatives together.

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Offline lddaly

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Re: Station historical graph scripts
« Reply #2 on: May 20, 2019, 02:26:23 PM »
There is this http://weather.wildwoodnaturist.com/downloads.php

He also has an alternate version here:

http://weather.wildwoodnaturist.com/downloadsCVW.php

Like you I am dead in the water.... Many of us are. I have 6yrs lost right now.... Stick around. I am sure the community will gather and look at alternatives together.

Murry's scripts are great! I use his graph scripts embedded on several of the summary pages, which are also his scripts. :grin: (i.e. http://www.planoweather.com/wxrainsummary.php)

 

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