The chart widget displays a chart that can be embedded in any webpage or displayed on your secure ioBridge dashboard. The data that the chart displays is from a data log.
Here is what a chart widget looks like on your free dashboard:
Widgets → Create Widget → Chart
To create a chart widget, you first have to have a data log started for one of your channels.
After you have a data log, you can use the widget wizard to create a chart. Select the Widgets tab, click “Create Widget”, and select “chart”.
Once you have created your Chart Widget, you can select many options to customize your chart.
Use this option to select the number of days that the chart widget displays.
There are two styles of charts available: Original and Advanced. The original charts were the original charts included with your ioBridge account. The charts have been upgraded to support many new features, including axis labeling, chart types, local timezone support, and iOS and Android compatibility.
The advanced charts have many chart types available: Line, Spline, Step, Area, Column, and Bar. Depending on your application, you may find a chart type more suitable to represent the data. For example, if you are monitoring power or water, you may find that the Step or Column chart types might convey more information at a glance.
Optionally display a title on top of your chart.
Optionally display a label along the Y-axis of your chart.
Optionally display a label along the X-axis of your chart.
Select between Auto and Fixed Y-Axis Scaling. Auto sets the Max and Min value of the Y-axis based on the data being displayed. Fixed allows you to set the Max and Min values of the Y-Axis. Default is Auto.
Maximum value to be displayed on the Y-Axis, when chart is set to Fixed Y-Axis Scaling.
Minimum value to be displayed on the Y-Axis, when chart is set to Fixed Y-Axis Scaling.