Now we are collecting data on a regular basis it would be a shame not to record some simple statistics, maximum and minimum values, for each of our measurements. This is what the controller statistics module does.
Download the python script…
wget -P /usr/local/bin/code/controller http://www.warrensoft.co.uk/home-hub/code/controller/statistics.py
and uncomment lines 22, 195 and line 206 of main_sched.py to enable the statistics features. Restart the controller.
A summary of the highs and lows appears, not surprisingly, on the Statistics page. In addition, a daily summary of changes can be delivered by email.
There are a couple of User Settings we need to take care of to complete the configuration. First, there is the Admin Recipient: this is the email address of the occupant who will receive the daily summary report, and secondly Summary Enabled needs to be set to true.
With the configuration completed, a report will be sent detailing any new highs and lows for the day to the admin user.
From: Date: 9 Jun 2017 01:00 Subject: Daily Highs and Lows from the Hub 2017-06-09 To: firstname.lastname@example.org Cc: The following highest values have been recorded today: * Test Temperature 33.6 degrees C at 23:25 08/06/2017 * Sinewave Angle 1.0 units at 23:15 08/06/2017 The following lowest values have been recorded today: * Test Temperature 20.5 degrees C at 00:00 09/06/2017 * Sinewave Angle -1.0 units at 23:45 08/06/2017
Not all sensor readings generate meaningful statistics, so the feature can be disabled on the Sensor form. Be aware that disabling a sensor’s statistics will delete any history.
With statistics implemented we have completed all the milestones in the project plan. In the next post we will reflect on what we have achieved, and consider the next steps.