The Graphs package comes as a free bonus. 

Graphs can be very useful.

During a flight, taking a quick glance to know whether you ar really going up or not.
Or after a flight, to check how the battery consumption behaved over time.
Or on the couch or at the bar, scrolling back to todays record flight, showing and proving you where really up over 250 meters with your 1.5 meter DLG.

It is now all possible with three different graph types:

FIFO.

First in First out. You want to see a fixed span of time, for instance always the last two minutes, of the telemetry value.
So you can quickly asses whether voltage is dropping fast or not.
Use the FIFO graph type, and set your desired timeframes using the help menu, accessible by long press page in the graph selection menu.

FLIGHT.

This will show you for instance your altitude during a flight.
It can be synced with the timers for start and stop.
It will store up to 8 flights, and you can scroll through them using the plus and minus buttons.

LOGFILES.

This app allows yo to select a logfile from a certain date, and select one of the parameters logged for graphical displaying.
You can zoom in and out on the timescale, and scroll time back and forth.
It will autoscale the vertical axes during scrolling and after every zoom action, so you never need to worry about that.
It's all done for you. 

First In First Out.

The FIFO graph will show the telemetry source chosen for the timeframe defined from right to left.

A horizontal line with the current value is shown to facilitate quick interpretation of the graph, useful when flying or for small widgets.

The telemetry value can be scaled.

100 means it will be scaled to 100% (no scaling).
A stick or switch source will then range between -1024 and 1024.
Using a scale of 1024 means that a stick or switch source will be scaled to (value/1024 * 100), so they will range beteween -100 and + 100. 

Practical tip to view the graph while flying and not loosing sight of your plane is to keep the arms straight, end hold the transmitter in the air to be next to your plane.

Now you can quickly switch between the screen and the plane, without to much a risk of losing sight on the plane.

The 'enter' button wil restart the graph, and rescale the vertical axis.

Flight Graph

The flight graph will show the telemetry source chosen in a graph that will get rescaled every time the flight time exceeds the current timeframe shown in the graph.

A horizontal line with the current value is shown to facilitate quick interpretation of the graph, useful when flying, or for small widgets.

The telemetry value can be scaled.
100 means it will be scaled to 100% (no scaling).
A stick or switch source will then range between -1024 and 1024.
Using a scale of 1024 means that a stick or switch source will be scaled to (value/1024 * 100), so they will range beteween -100 and + 100. 

Practical tip to view the graph while flying and not loosing sight of your plane is to keep the arms straight, end hold the transmitter in the air to be next to your plane.
Now you can quickly switch between the screen and the plane, without to much a risk of loosing sight on the plane.

In the Help screen you can set the task timer and the flight timer. As soon as both the flight timer and start timer start counting down, a new graph is started showing the selected source during the flight. When the flight timer is reset, and starts counting down again, a new graph is started.

When timer 3 is selected as a flight timer, the 'enter' button will trigger the new graph.
When timer 3 is selected as task timer, the 'enter' button will trigger a new task.

The plus and minus buttons can be used at any time to switch between the previous graphs in the task and the current graph.

A small indicator in the lower right corner tells you which graph is shown.

Log graphs

The log graphs will show the telemetry source chosen for a specific LOG file, in a default timeframe.

Before starting the graph, a list is shown with all available LOGfiles for the active model.


Pressing 'enter' once, will show a list with available sources for the graph.


After selecting one, pressing 'enter' again will start the graphing. 

A horizontal line with the current value is shown to facilitate quick interpretation of the graph.

The telemetry value can be scaled. 100 means it will be scaled to 100% (no scaling). A stick or switch source will then range between -1024 and 1024.
Using a scale of 1024 means that a stick or switch source will be scaled to (value/1024 * 100), so they will range beteween -100 and + 100.  

The 'enter' button wil zoom in into the first left halve of the screen.
The 'long page' button will zoom out again.
The plus and minus will scroll you forward and back in time.

Scaling on the vertical axis is automatic during zoom.