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Postby arizonajon » Sun Jan 10, 2016 10:38 am

When I'm out and about, collecting APs, I'm generally in neighborhoods where I've been before so I re-capture APs that I've seen before. However, I also capture new APs that I might have missed before, or new APs installed since the last time I was there.

In the "Files Already Imported" section of the WiFidB, for each uploaded file there's a field entitled "APs/GPS Count" which displays the raw number of APs captured as well as the total GPS position count. Is there a way, since the WiFidB knows if an AP has been seen before, to add "New APs" to the field so that I can know how effective my collecting is in a particular area? Maybe "Total APs/New APs/GPS Count" or something like that?

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Postby pferland » Sun Jan 10, 2016 1:00 pm

In the "Files Already Imported" section of the WiFidB, for each uploaded file there's a field entitled "APs/GPS Count" which displays the raw number of APs captured as well as the total GPS position count. Is there a way, since the WiFidB knows if an AP has been seen before, to add "New APs" to the field so that I can know how effective my collecting is in a particular area? Maybe "Total APs/New APs/GPS Count" or something like that?


That wouldn't be very hard at all, at least for the new imports. The older ones, I will have to write a script that can go through them and find the New/Old APs and tally them up to put into a new column in the files table.

Mind making an issue on github for us so we don't forget?

https://github.com/riei/wifidb/issues
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Postby arizonajon » Sun Jan 10, 2016 2:49 pm

Done.

Thanks, Phil!

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Postby ACalcutt » Sun Apr 09, 2017 8:11 am

I was cleaning up code and noticed there were some tweaks phil made in his branch to show efficiency on the "Files Already Imported" page and the 'User Stats' page that hadn't yet made it to production. I've gone and merged those in, so efficiency should now show on those pages.


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