[time-nuts] Cross-Correlation Results

Hal Murray hmurray at megapathdsl.net
Mon Aug 6 01:21:57 EDT 2012


jmiles at pop.net said:
> What I always do is just resize the TimeLab window to be legible, then post
> the img src link without any extra scaling.  That works well, as long as you
> turn off any unnecessary fields in the legend table to keep the window width
> reasonable.

> How to present measurement results on a Web page is an interesting problem,
> one that hasn't really been solved yet.  Kind of ironic since that was the
> whole idea behind the WWW in the first place... 

There are two general approaches to that problem area.

One is to make the data collection program smart enough to make the 
graphs/pictures that you want to put on the web.

The other is to make the data collection program write out the raw data in a 
clean format so that you can post process it to make graphs/whatever.  I like 
gnuplot.

If your target is the screen, your users are often geeks and you are often 
trying to cram lots of data into limited real estate.  If your target is the 
web, you often want to add an extra layer of text to explain things to 
non-wizards.



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