Clyde,

Thanks for the info. I am sure it will be challenging for me
just to get the basics running. So I will have to hold off
on the "fancy" stuff.

Tom


On Dec 30, 2009, at 2:01 PM, Clyde Gill wrote:


I use MySQL also.  Pretty easy to setup. 

I also use the full XAMPP software, and that allows me to produce graphs using the jpgraph on the local pc. (not that you couldn't set this up on your own, but it's a no brainer to setup a server using xampp/lampp)

Here's an example of the results:

http://www.peacefulbend.com/temperatures/temperatures.shtml

The images and table data are uploaded automatically every 10 minutes. 


On Wed, Dec 30, 2009 at 12:23 PM, Mick Argo <bigmac_mc@hotmail.com> wrote:
I use MySQL to hold a lot of my weather variable to pull up in various other
places. You write from perl to MySQL using the DBT and DBI::MySQL modules.
It's very easy to figure out. Lots of examples out there. If you're trying
to get weather into a MySQL table I can shoot you the code I'm using. I've
been looking at http://www.aditus.nu/jpgraph/ to use what's already in MySQL
to make some nicer looking graphs than what rrd does. I haven't had time to
get too far into it, so I have no idea what it takes to get it working.

Mick

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