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Posts Tagged ‘Math

Solar output graphs – Year to Year comparison

February 10, 2013

Here is the graph of yearly output for 2010, 2011, and 2012. In 2011, my first full year, the total output was 6499 and in 2012 the total was 6404, which means 95 less kWh from the first full year to second. That could be because of the weather, dirt on the panels, age of […]

Solar panel output graphs?

October 22, 2011

Do you still want me to post my daily solar panel output graphs? I can easily or do it every few days or once a week. Let me know. Also the bar graphs are sort of limiting in that if there is a shadow from a tree for 15 or 30 minutes, it would be […]

Bar graphs vs. line graphs

October 2, 2011

Well, for now I must get used to the new solar bar graphs till the line graphs come back. I am working on getting the line graphs back since they provide more usable data than the bar graphs do. The bar graphs are good for the monthly and yearly charts. The weekly charts were more […]


September 29, 2011

Solar graph for 9/29/11. The new graph, yuk. I sure miss the old bell-shaped curve line graphs.

11/21/10 graphs and Happy Thanksgiving

November 25, 2010

Here are the graphs for 11/21/10 and the total generated so far. You can see by the graphs that it is either cloudy for raining. It has been raining for 2 days. Sunday was only rainy a little in the morning. Also, on the monthly graph, from my Kaco Inverter and online connection with Sungevity, […]

Graphs for 2 days… today is looking interesting…10/30/10

October 30, 2010

Today, it rained in the morning. Now it is partly cloudy. Also, I have the graph of when Justin Cox, during his Quality Assurance inspection updated the firmware on the inverter and turned it off for a few minutes. You can see the gap in the line showing the time it was off. What is […]