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Standard User dougcoleman
(newbie) Mon 30-Mar-20 17:31:33
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Time on Graph Results


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Wondering what the time line on the graph represents. I thought for a while GMT, but I can’t make that add up, as it changed dates between hours graphed.
I am in East Coast US GMT-4 now, due to DST.
Standard User RobertoS
(elder) Mon 30-Mar-20 18:09:39
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Re: Time on Graph Results


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It basically shows 24 hours, but if you have set it up less than 24 hours ago it works but the time-line on the x-axis is a bit weird. Once you have a full 24 hours it should be fine. There will be a faint vertical line showing the date change moving across the graph.

I don't know how it handles different time zones, but the UK moved to GMT+1 (BST = British Summer Time) at 1am Sunday 29 March. For us it is now showing BST.

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