weather-station | A lightweight, self contained, solar-powered weather station for the Raspberry Pi

 by   masneyb C Version: Current License: GPL-2.0

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kandi X-RAY | weather-station Summary

weather-station is a C library typically used in Internet of Things (IoT), Raspberry Pi, Arduino applications. weather-station has no bugs, it has no vulnerabilities, it has a Strong Copyleft License and it has low support. You can download it from GitHub.

A lightweight, self contained, solar-powered weather station for the Raspberry Pi.

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              It has 164 star(s) with 14 fork(s). There are 24 watchers for this library.
              It had no major release in the last 6 months.
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              It has a neutral sentiment in the developer community.
              The latest version of weather-station is current.

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              weather-station is licensed under the GPL-2.0 License. This license is Strong Copyleft.
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            returned object is undefined
            Asked 2021-Jan-03 at 08:38

            I am currently working on a weather station that gets data from OpenWeatherMap's API every 10 minutes.

            Every 10 seconds the temperature is published via MQTT in the topic 'local/temperature', so that other systems (for example a heater or air conditioner) can do further actions depending on the temperature.

            Every 10 minutes, parallel to the new data retrieval, the weather operations are also published, also via MQTT.

            Publishing the data every 10 seconds is a requirement of the project, but not important for this case.

            The problem I'm stuck on is this: My request to the API of OWM is done in an extra file, which contains a function that should return the data as an object. At the same time the data is stored in a file, so that in case of a network failure the last local status is saved and can still be used.

            I already write into the file, the 'reading when offline' functionality will be added later on. I have also noticed that the assembleURL() function is actually unnecessary, but I haven't changed that yet.

            I'm still relatively new in JavaScript / Nodejs, but I already have experience in Java and Python, so it may be that I have mixed in something from Java by mistake.

            Can someone please explain to me why the object I return in openWeatherMapCall.js is undefined? I'm thankful for every hint.

            My file weather-station.js that calls the function getData in openWeatherMapCall.js:



            Answered 2021-Jan-02 at 18:14

            Return fetch response from getData and use then on owm.getData as fetch returns a Promise.



            Specifying geom_segment(...x and xend) Values Using Datetime Data
            Asked 2020-Dec-22 at 16:06

            I am trying to make a wind vector plot, and the closest I have come is using ggplot2 and the tutorials here: and here:

            First I'm going to specify some example data that has the same structure as I'm working with...some code is redundant for the example here but I'm leaving it in for continuity with what I'm working with.



            Answered 2020-Dec-22 at 15:44

            I think you are looking for something like this:



            Whole Navbar Expands With Dropdown
            Asked 2019-Mar-07 at 13:30

            I am trying to create a custom breakpoint for my navbar so that it changes to a hamburger menu at 1080px. However the entire navbar expands when I click on a dropdown.



            Answered 2018-Jul-25 at 10:24

            Try to use below code snippet. Actually issue is you want dropdown to take space below 1080px but above 1080px you want it to be absolute, so that navbar doesn't get expanded.



            How to fix crontab issue or 'os.execute()' issue with python script?
            Asked 2019-Jan-30 at 19:45

            I run domoticz on a PI3b with Raspbian, for better effiency the PI3b has now a 7" screen to show domotics behaviour + weather-station information + internet forecast... To show all of this I've coded a C++/WXWidget app with graphics for temp/pressure... Temp/pressures graphs are with Python3/matplotlib plotted, saved as 3 png files. The Python script read datas in files and plot/save the graphs.

            It works good from terminal.... but no way to work with crontab, or with an "os.execute()" from events lua-scripts of domoticz...

            I've pushed Up all permissions/access for scripts and png files (read/write)

            One python script read data from bme280 sensor, crontab 2 minutes, no problem, it works from terminal, crontab, lua events...

            Second script read datas, plot graphs and send http json command in order to update a device in domoticz. This works fine from terminal, but not from domoticz (lua os.execute()) or from crontab.

            call in crontab: sudo /usr/bin/python3 /home/pi/Desktop/

            call from domoticz lua script: os.execute('sudo /usr/bin/python3 /home/pi/Desktop/')

            from terminal it works fine with python, /usr/bin/python, or /usr/bin/python3 (--> matplotlib)

            python --version = 3.7.0

            It looks like a problem beetween many python versions, the good one is not called from crontab and lua-scripts.... How to fix-it ?

            default python version to 2.7.0, 3.0, 3.6, 3.7 tested to check problem with env/bin/path... only problem found with urllib.urlopen changed with "urlopen from urllib.request"



            Answered 2019-Jan-30 at 19:45


            source: Generating a PNG with matplotlib when DISPLAY is undefined

            that was a pb with matplotlib, the script runs fine in terminal but for others it needs more codes:



            pandas read_html ValueError: No tables found
            Asked 2018-Nov-20 at 21:10

            I am trying to scrap the historical weather data from the "" weather underground page. I have the following code:



            Answered 2018-Nov-20 at 20:36

            You can use requests and avoid opening browser.

            You can get current conditions by using:


            and strip of 'jQuery1720724027235122559_1542743885014(' from the left and ')' from the right. Then handle the json string.

            You can get summary and history by calling the API with the following


            You then need to strip 'jQuery1720724027235122559_1542743885015(' from the front and ');' from the right. You then have a JSON string you can parse.

            Sample of JSON:

            You can find these URLs by using F12 dev tools in browser and inspecting the network tab for the traffic created during page load.

            An example for current, noting there seems to be a problem with nulls in the JSON so I am replacing with "placeholder":



            Scraping a table using python
            Asked 2017-Nov-04 at 13:56

            I am looking to scrape the history table from this website ( and just print it for now.

            Here is the code I have:



            Answered 2017-Nov-04 at 13:56

            You either need to use something to process the javascript on the page so that it generates the HTML you are trying to parse, or a far better solution is to extract the JSON that is present in the HTML that is returned and use that directly. This can be done as follows:



            Python can't read the environment variable
            Asked 2017-Sep-23 at 11:24

            I used Ubuntu16.04

            When I use sudo python3 into the interactive shell



            Answered 2017-Sep-23 at 11:01

            When you run it with sudo, you're actually going to run the program as root. So any environment setup for your current user isn't going to apply unfortunately without special care.

            Fortunately sudo -E will do the trick. See this SO question for more details.



            Beautiful soup : extract weather info : table --> Excel file
            Asked 2017-Sep-14 at 18:12

            I'd like to extract data from the table of this website

            Weather History Table

            What I need

            • Extract all contents of all in
            • Generate an Excel file from python with whole data.
            • What I don't need

              • All units next to numbers (ie : 22°C) (i don't want in
            • Exclude repetiting headers in
            • Can anybody show and explain how I would extract these data in Excel file?

              HTML code



            Answered 2017-Sep-14 at 18:12

            Here's an alternative approach using selenium. I forgot about the requirement to eliminate headers.



            Calling rest service with Spring Rest template
            Asked 2017-Mar-15 at 17:00

            I have a service that calls consumes a specific URL. I have a class for the items and another class for the specific fields in the items. One of the fields is an array and I need to access it.



            Answered 2017-Mar-15 at 17:00

            Because location is nested further down. Try adding this to your WeatherItem:



            Unable to set the endpoint for Alexa skill
            Asked 2017-Feb-19 at 17:28

            I am not able to set the endpoint for an Alexa Skill. I have followed this tutorial:
            Linking Netatmo Weather Station to Amazon Echo (Alexa)

            At the step 6 : "In the Endpoint field you need to give in the ARN" but there is not field for me to enter the ARN endpoint, Please see attached screenshot.



            Answered 2017-Feb-19 at 14:12

            You need to select the AWS ARN endpoint option, then it will show you the field where you enter the ARN.


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            Install weather-station

            Note: This project iniitally started out using Raspian based on Debian Jessie, but the latest version of Raspbian Testing is required for the newer version of rrdtool that supports the --left-axis-format argument.
            Clone this repository and the pi-yadl repository.
            Follow the installation instructions to compile the pi-yadl project.
            Update the paths in this repository's systemd service files.
            Run bin/ <path to web/ directory> to create the initial empty RRD databases.
            sudo make install
            sudo apt-get install jq nginx
            sudo ln -s /path/to/web/directory /var/www/html/weather-station


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