Graphs for Windsond
Sparv Embedded is developing the next generation of software for our miniature radiosonde Windsond. The app will first be released for Android tablets, and in the end also support smartphones, Mac, Windows and iPhones. Now we would like to get your input for the best user interface possible to visualize the weather data.

We would appreciate your input on what different graphs and other forms of data representation to produce and use in the application, as it relates to your field of work.

How useful would the following form of graph be to you? This can represent different measurements at different altitudes.
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How useful would this form of graph be to you? This can represent directional measurements (such as wind direction) at each altitude.
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How useful would CSV output be to you? CSV formats can display different values (where you can select which are displayed) and be read by hand or be automatically processed.
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How useful would this form of graph be to you? It displays different measurement parameters over time.
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How interested are you in the sonde's current position and status, in contrast to the measurement series?
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How useful would skew-t graphs be to you?
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In what ways would you access the data?
Comments on data access
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Other comments or wishes for visualizations (describe here, or e-mail to anders@sparvembedded.com)
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What's your name and/or your organization?
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Thanks for your help from us at Sparv!
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