Not sure if this is the correct place to post this, if not, please someone move it to somewhere more appropriate on the forums. Thank you.
I would be very interested in custom graph scales, especially a logarithmic y-axis.
My (first) use case would be my smart meter reading (household power consumption): Typically it is in the range between 0 to 500W or maybe up to 1.000W. However it sometimes spikes when greedy appliances are used, e.g. electric stove, electric water boilers and so on. Now with a peak value at say 10.000W, the history graph becomes pretty useless for the everything else that happens during 90% or more of the time, that is way below 1.000. It is just not distinguishable any more. This should be easily solved using a log y-scale, if only a log scale were available…
On the forums I found 2 questions in very similar directions:
I believe there are a lot more use cases like these where custom graph scales would be handy.
Soo… Is this possible at all in history graphs? I know about all the possibilities of displaying database data, Jupyter Notebooks and so on, and of course I can use log scales there, but an integration into the beautiful native Home Assistant interface would be great.