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Weather Data and Fish Tackles, Boat Log 5 years 3 months ago #5642

  • skinnee
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Would be nice to have complete solution and have weather data database and fish catch to look at trends and locations with the mapping.

I get the urge once a year to write it on iOS but it only last a month or two so it's slow,going
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Weather Data and Fish Tackles, Boat Log 5 years 2 months ago #5647

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skinnee wrote:
Would be nice to have complete solution and have weather data database and fish catch to look at trends and locations with the mapping.

I get the urge once a year to write it on iOS but it only last a month or two so it's slow,going

Actually I'm working on a Windows based version of something like that. Basically a fishing log/database that automagically inserts position, depth, water temp, air temp and barometric pressure whenever you open up a new record instead of having to do that (and several other pieces of data) manually. I have the hardware part all done and all the data going to the computer, I just need to sit down and write the MS Access part. Nice thing about that is you can bundle the runtimes with the database and anyone can run it even without Access or MS Office. I'll just have to get by with my old Libre Office database for one more season because I'm not going to get around to that part until November.

Depth Mapper in a Box, Weather in the Boat, and 3D Printer Magic
The first part handles the position, depth and water temperature data and the second part is the mini weather station that handles air temp and pressure as well as sends temp, pressure, humidity, dew point and Heat Index to a PuTTY terminal once a minute
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Weather Data and Fish Tackles, Boat Log 5 years 2 months ago #5648

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I have the weather automation done locally for Australia and most other areas - I work in front of a computer all day so the urge to code at home dies off quickly, prefer to be outdoors and not have to think too much

I also dabble in vba at work to support the business operations , wrote an enterprise level program in vba using access as the database , not ideal but is working with 60 users over a WAN and was low cost .

Good luck with your project
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