New Wind Rose Diagrams

New Wind Rose Diagrams

Today we’re happy to announce the addition of two wind rose diagrams to the Wind page of all Weathercloud devices. These new interactive plots provide an accurate view of how wind speed and direction are distributed at a certain location.

The diagram on the left shows the percentage of time that the wind blows from each direction, with the most frequent ones being represented by the longest segments. Additional information is displayed when placing the mouse over a specific segment, including the frequency expressed as a percentage and the cardinal direction.

The diagram on the right, for its part, displays the average wind speed for each wind direction. In this case, mousing over a segment will show the wind speed value in the units you set.

Both wind rose diagrams have been developed from scratch by our team, just as every other visual element on Weathercloud. We hope you find them useful and look forward to your comments and suggestions. Also, feel free to share any ideas you may have for future developments. Thanks!

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5 Responses

  1. No puedo ver la rosa de los vientos ni la velocidad del mismo en twitter el programa weathercloud funciona mal

  2. toni says:

    yo no tengo estación pero tampoco me deja sacar detallado el historial de una que estoy siguiendo, no veo el dispositivo, como puedo hacerlo
    Teneis algun correo directo con weathercloud

    • Weathercloud says:

      Hola Toni, haciendo clic en la pestaña ‘Evolución’ de cualquier estación verás un gráfico de los últimos 30 días, pero únicamente el propietario de la estación tiene acceso al histórico completo de datos. Puedes contactar con nosotros escribiendo a la dirección support@weathercloud.net.

  3. marc edam says:

    Wie kann ich mir die windrose anzeigen lassen??

    • Weathercloud says:

      Hi Marc, the wind distribution diagrams require average wind speed and average wind direction data to work properly. If a weather variable is not being displayed on our site, it is normally because the third-party software used upload data is not sending us this value, as explained on our FAQ page. The author of the software should check whether these parameter are included in the data frame sent to Weathercloud.

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