With the help of Homey’s insightful features, you can view all sensor measurements and their historical evolution. Take it a step further and do more than just observe the insights; act accordingly or even glimpse the future a little.
You can choose an insight (a device and a capacity, such as the outside temperature), as well as a timeframe to analyze. The outcomes will then be computed as follows:
a number between -1 and 1 that indicates whether the sensors’ measurements are increasing or decreasing (and by how much/slowly). For instance, a score of 0.75 indicates a sharp upward trend, while -0.1 denotes a mild negative trend.
the smallest/largest value found within the timeframe
the average value across all data points (arithmetic mean)
If all values were sorted and you took the middle value, it would be the median.
Passing in 50% as an argument will return the median, while 25% and 75% will return the first and third quartiles respectively.
a measure of how “spread out” the data set is.
Number of used data points
The number of measures in the dataset. This can help assess how reliable the results presented above are. Important: A larger timeframe may not contain a larger dataset than a smaller one. Since Athom decreases the data points over a longer timespan.
Thanks for the updated app! One Q: is it possible to create an advanced user setting for “significant figures” to round tag values? I understand this may also be possible using math functions, but it would be much more convenient to have one global setting for it (especially for logging).
For example “significant figures= 3”: 1.234567 → 1.23, or 0.0056789 → 0.00568.
Thank you, I sent you Diag. report if it helps - as all other apps works, so not sure where is the problem, I even restarted your app. I guess it’s not conflicting with old Insights trends I’m still using.
OK, because I saw it appear in the When, And … but not Then, so it was confusing. But if this is Adv. flow compatible only, everyone would have to rework their flows, which is a bummer. Anyway, maybe I’m the only case like this. Thank your for your replies.