I have a public channel from my weather station with 8 fields and many Matlab visualizations. The channel number is 60917.
While updating the website, it makes browser crash or update data really slow.
I tried reducing the amount of points to display on each field but it doesn't change anything.
Is it possible to light the channel? Do I have to delete Matlab visualizations?
I checked out your channel, that is a pretty awesome collection of visualizations. I think the problem has to do with the plugins. "Temperature on each Pagoda", "Humidity Comparison", "Pressure Comparison" and "Rain comparison". Can you try removing these four plugins? Your performance should improve drastically.
You can replace these plugins with standard MATLAB visualizations, for example using thingSpeakPlot() or thingSpeakPlotYY(), or plot(). You can get multiple series with thingSpeakPlotYY(X1,Y1,X2,Y2) or plot(x1,y1,x2,y2). The plugin is completing with the thingSpeak field plots for the same data which is slowing down your performance.
Is it possible for you to share the other channel with me privately so I can compare them and help you troubleshoot the issues? You can add my user name here @ mathworks dot com to the sharing tab. Or if it is also a public channel, can you just send me the channel number?
We spent some more time looking at the channel 60917. It looks like you are displaying a large number of points in multiple fields. The result is that the client (your browser) is having to do a lot of work each time you scroll or update the page, leading to the performance hit you see. After some experimentation, I agree that it wasn't the java plugins that were causing the biggest frag.
The number of points you are using may even be larger than the browser and display can accurately show. If you do not want to reduce the total number of points displayed, you might consider setting the "average" value in the options for your field plots to 60 minutes. Click the pencil icon on the top of the field plot to access these settings, there is a drop down menu on the right hand side for 'Average". The field plot will only show an average value for each hour of data. If you need more fidelity for a particular view, you could decrease both the averages and the number of points for a specific subset to maintain the responsiveness.
If this suggestion is consistent with your needs, can you try it and let us know how it works?
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