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I have an idea for somebody in this forum to display data in a meaningful way.
The y-axis would be a measure of time and the zero line is definitively the top of the graph.
The x-axis is the days of a year in the calendar so 365 or 366.
One line (red) would represent [last record breaking high temperature - the control date] for a location.
The other line (blue) would represent [last record low temperature - the control date] for a location.
Animate it on the control date.

Probably nobody needs another distraction in their lives, but I see why the hashtag is catching fire. I'm just a couple paragraphs into the users manual and I get it.
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Hello! I really like my feed: I learn lots of new things about #infosec, #crypto, #coops and #opensource.

However I'm missing some things--can you help me find them?

I want to talk more about people, working with them, their limitations and potential. I want to talk about #governance, #facilitation, #voting, #cognitivebiases and other concrete things that can be tried (and falsified) in #groups.

Let me know if you're interested, or boost if you think you have followers who are interested.

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Anybody have strong opinions about visualization options for stock market type trading data? I don't want my personal opinions effect potential answers.

Hey hello, ? ever. I picked vis.social as my first because it's purpose is like candy to me, but I have some pressing questions for @scott or maybe @hugo because I'm trying to install a Mastodon instance on my own server
Not going the Docker route cause I'm having redis problems in Docker during a NextCloud OCR module install; port already in use

I'm trying a stand alone Mastodon install but got hung up on a Ruby gems dependencies step

Help or redirects are appreciated