Dynamic graphing using websocket and Bokeh

I’ve been playing with dynamic graphing running on a local webserver so I can display custom graphs of my data. I’ve been using a library called Bokeh that seems pretty slick, makes it pretty easy to create a wide range of graphs of data. It’s a Python program that I have running as a service, it listens to the Tempest websocket and grabs the maximum wind gust, the wind direction, the temperature, and the “feels like” temperature and outputs them to a 24 hour graph I can pull up in a web browser. It’s still pretty rudimentary, but I thought I would share. GitHub - MABeatty1978/tempestGraph