I just finished working on a webpage that creates temperature comparison charts. The webpage works best in Google Chrome. Internet Explorer is not recommended because the page refreshes are annoying.
The charts compare the average high and low temperatures of two locations. For example, an orchid grower can compare his/her average temperatures to the average temperatures of an orchid's native habitat. The orchid's native habitat temperature information is based on data from the orchid culture website and the orchid grower's location temperature is based on information from the free weather reports website.
Is creating a chart self-explanatory? If not, there are instructions on the page. I'm going to vegas for the rest of the week so hopefully somebody will be able to answer any questions regarding creating the charts. If not, then I'll try and answer them when I return.
Once a chart is created, the code for displaying the chart in these forums is displayed beneath the chart.. For example, here is a chart that compares the average temperatures of my zip code to the average temperatures of Acampe rigida...
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Wow thats a good tool. You might also apply annual rainfall graphs to your watering schedule. I think this would be very valuble if applied to peoples own orchids at home.
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