The Difference between Traditional View Style and Standard View Style

  1. Traditional View Style:

    1. Viewing Range: Data can be viewed in hourly, daily, weekly, monthly, and yearly increments.

    2. Data Limitation: Only data within the selected time range can be viewed, such as the past hour, day, week, month, or year.

    3. Data Display: Each individual data point within the selected time period is displayed.

    4. Viewing Options: The standard view style supports free dragging and zooming of the timeline to explore the monitoring data within the selected time interval.

  2. Standard View Style:

    1. Viewing Range: Monitoring data can be viewed in daily, monthly, and yearly intervals.

    2. Select Specific Dates: In the daily view mode, users can choose a specific date (month and day) by sliding the dropdown to view the corresponding data. In the monthly view mode, users can freely select a specific year and month to display the corresponding monitoring data.

    3. Data Display: In the monthly and yearly view modes, the application divides the current time period into smaller time intervals and displays only the highest and lowest temperatures within each time interval.

By adopting this data visualization approach, it reduces the pressure of displaying data on the curve graph. It improves data loading and response speed, enhancing the user experience.

For ST5/ST6 Sensors, the ability to view yearly monitoring data in the standard view style is only available on the web portal.