tmatthias
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Leaf Number: 331854
Location: Western MA

Re: Leaf Log Viewer Website for Leaf Spy Users

Mon Dec 01, 2014 8:48 pm

Great job you have done here, Kevin! Thank you!

I am working on building logs of alternative routes to and from the 3 or 4 places I frequent often in a week. I've already confirmed the efficiency of one of the routes today.

I'm curious about the suggested frequency of data samples. I know you suggest at least 30 second or less, and I have LeafSpy set to log data every 10 seconds. But would 5 or 2 second frequency add to the overall accuracy/reliability of the displayed data?

Thanks for your hard work!
Theo
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kevinleaf
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Delivery Date: 03 Jun 2013

Re: Leaf Log Viewer Website for Leaf Spy Users

Mon Dec 01, 2014 10:46 pm

I'm curious about the suggested frequency of data samples. I know you suggest at least 30 second or less, and I have LeafSpy set to log data every 10 seconds. But would 5 or 2 second frequency add to the overall accuracy/reliability of the displayed data?

In my opinion: not really. 10 seconds is fine. At 60 miles / hr that is 1 mile a minute, and at 15 seconds that is every 1/4 mile. For simple energy usage that should be fine.

With the current version I am dropping a numbered marker every 5 samples, so the display got quite crowded when the sample rate was very high. But with the new version it drops a marker every 2 miles regardless of samples. So more samples won't hurt but doesn't really help.

tmatthias
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Re: Leaf Log Viewer Website for Leaf Spy Users

Tue Dec 02, 2014 6:01 am

kevinleaf wrote:
I'm curious about the suggested frequency of data samples. I know you suggest at least 30 second or less, and I have LeafSpy set to log data every 10 seconds. But would 5 or 2 second frequency add to the overall accuracy/reliability of the displayed data?

In my opinion: not really. 10 seconds is fine. At 60 miles / hr that is 1 mile a minute, and at 15 seconds that is every 1/4 mile. For simple energy usage that should be fine.

With the current version I am dropping a numbered marker every 5 samples, so the display got quite crowded when the sample rate was very high. But with the new version it drops a marker every 2 miles regardless of samples. So more samples won't hurt but doesn't really help.

Thanks for the info, Kevin! I'll keep it a 10 seconds.
Theo
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kevinleaf
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Re: Leaf Log Viewer Website for Leaf Spy Users

Tue Dec 02, 2014 11:42 pm

I am having some problems with my server today so LeafLogger is down. I hope to have it fixed shortly.

Thanks for your patience!

kevinleaf
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Re: Leaf Log Viewer Website for Leaf Spy Users

Wed Dec 03, 2014 11:35 pm

My server seems to be working correctly again. Let me know if you experience any access problems with LeafLogger.

kevinleaf
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Re: Leaf Log Viewer Website for Leaf Spy Users

Sun Dec 14, 2014 3:38 pm

LeafLogger fans: I am in the process of moving the site to a new server so it is temporarily down or showing another website by accident. It should be back up Sunday night 12/14 at some point.

Thanks for your patience!

kevinleaf
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Re: Leaf Log Viewer Website for Leaf Spy Users

Tue Dec 16, 2014 6:25 pm

The site is now moved to a new, faster, non-hacked server and appears to be working properly.

DaveInAvl
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Joined: Sat Mar 15, 2014 4:11 am
Delivery Date: 18 Mar 2014
Leaf Number: 331649
Location: Asheville, NC

Re: Leaf Log Viewer Website for Leaf Spy Users

Mon Apr 13, 2015 12:32 pm

Is there some size limit for log files, or is it okay if they keep growing indefinitely? My hunch is that if I deleted the files from my phone, the app would recreate a new pair with the same file names anyway... does it matter at the viewer end?

Kris1
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Joined: Fri Feb 28, 2014 10:38 pm
Delivery Date: 30 Sep 2013
Leaf Number: 200165
Location: Sydney Australia

Re: Leaf Log Viewer Website for Leaf Spy Users

Fri Apr 17, 2015 4:47 am

I got Leaf Spy pro to save some trip files today, at least I think I did, it gave a file name when I touched save. I wanted to try them on the viewer website but I can't find them on the phone. Promising looking folders like LEAF_BT_CAN/LOG_FILES are empty. Can someone point me to a primer that shows how to find the files on the phone?

Turbo3
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Re: Leaf Log Viewer Website for Leaf Spy Users

Fri Apr 17, 2015 8:58 am

Kris1 wrote:I got Leaf Spy pro to save some trip files today, at least I think I did, it gave a file name when I touched save. I wanted to try them on the viewer website but I can't find them on the phone. Promising looking folders like LEAF_BT_CAN/LOG_FILES are empty. Can someone point me to a primer that shows how to find the files on the phone?

Are you looking for the files using a file manager on the Phone or through a USB cable on a PC?

It is sometimes difficult to see new files using a PC as Android sometimes does not update the file list. A reboot fixes that but you don't want to do that each time you have a new file.

The easiest thing to do is install a program called ES File Explorer on your phone (free app). You can use it to verify the log files exist in the directory. After you link your dropbox to the app you can then wirelessly transfer the file to dropbox.

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