Lovelace: mini graph card


#388

I can’t seem to get it to display a bar graph as opposed to line, can anyone shed some light on this? running latest version.


#389

@yoni3210 what is the AC thermostat card? It looks awesome!


#390

Your indentation is wrong, show should be on the same indentation level as type and entities.


#391

The “show:” part is not part of entities, it needs to be at the same “level” of entities:

entities:
  - entity lists
show:
  show options```

#392

I think he is using this:


#393

Can you please send me the code?


#394

Sorry, what code are you referring to?
@maurizio53 did share the code here:


#395

Still not working when I do that.


#396

Ok turns out even though tracker card said it was updated it want actually. I manually downloaded to get it working.

To clarify. If I am using tracker card do I still need to add the reference in the raw config editor?


#397

#398

Quick question regarding this instruction:
“ 1. Add a reference to mini-graph-card-bundle.js inside your ui-lovelace.yaml

Do I have to make/use ui-lovelace.yaml or can I just add the reference to the top of the storage mode config using the raw config editor?


#399

Yes just add resources in the raw editor…


#400

Yes. I have access to file


#401

If you are using custom_updater do this:

Replace ?v=0.3.0
With:?track=true

Change /local/
With /customcards/

If you’re not using custom_updater remove the ?v=0.3.

Let me know :slight_smile:


#402

Sorry if this has been answered already, but is it possible to make the bar graph display absolute values rather than averaged values?

Case in point: I have a sensor that updates once a day with the previous day’s electricity usage. I would like a bar graph display of all of the last, say, 2 weeks worth of values with a single bar for each day. So I set my hours_to_include to 2 weeks and my values_per_hour to 1/24.

The problem is that the graph is dependent on the time it is viewed - if I view it at 10am, each bar will represent the average value from 10am to 10am on sequential days - so if on Tuesday it was 6, and on Wednesday it was 4, the bar will cover both Tuesday and Wednesday and display 5.

I could use a line graph - but I don’t want to :slight_smile:

Any ideas how to circumvent this problem?


#403

Sorry - I’ve just seen this, which relates to my question above. Has this been implemented or is it still in the works?


#404

Hey, I’m still playing around with it, the timestamps would get messed up so have to fix that.

I don’t see how that would be useful for your use case though.

Here’s an answer to a similar question as yours, there’s more info if you scroll through the thread.


#405

Thanks. I’m not use custom_updater. I remove ?v=0.3.0 and not work


#406

Can you try to use this code instead?

type: custom:mini-graph-card
entities:
  entity: sensor.temperature
  name: Temperature

#407

That’s fine, I’ve got it looking nice with the line graph instead :slight_smile:

Would it be possible to include a show: option to include or exclude dates from data points? As mentioned I have my graph charting data use through the week - it would be handy to see dates for each peak and trough