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  • ClarDold
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    Originally posted by wiedehopf View Post
    These scripts by caius should be interesting to you:
    https://discussions.flightaware.com/...06?u=wiedehopf
    Now that I know where the raw data resides, I can easily parse my simple Google Map.

    I tried the heatmap.sh, but I need to install more packages in my pi, and I got distracted by work :-)

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  • wiedehopf
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    Don't try and use tar1090 history files, i remove pretty much everything but the location to speed up loading times.

    These scripts by caius should be interesting to you:
    https://discussions.flightaware.com/...06?u=wiedehopf

    To make data collection easier and just have 24h of data at hand, you can use this:
    https://github.com/wiedehopf/timelap...#timelapse1090

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  • magnum
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    there's an easier way as the data is stored in a directory including 120 history files for the last 60 minutes:

    /run/dump1090-fa


    In this folder you will find the aircraft.json plus the 120 files named history_xxx.json.
    You could also use these for your investigation.

    In addtion somebody created an adapted view named "tar1090" which is based on Skyaware. This contain a larger history as well.

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  • ClarDold
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    Originally posted by wiedehopf View Post
    /dump1090-fa/data/aircraft.json

    you'll have to parse it appropriately.

    I speak Python. That looks quite similar to some data for which I have code lying around, somewhere.
    It looks like it is updating once per second.

    Once I had the name, I found the docs. The file is updated one per second, the web page is live.

    http://pi/dump1090-fa/data/aircraft.json


    I conveniently have an address defined in hosts for "pi", otherwise you could plug in an IP address.

    https://github.com/mutability/dump10...README-json.md

    Now that I am looking in the right places, I see lots of code already working.

    I live in a valley, which I hadn't really considered until I ran the https://www.heywhatsthat.com/ up in the air analysis.
    I get good views in directions I didn't expect, and I really just want a picture of where I have the best coverage, by plotting onto a Google Map, maybe overlaying onto the "up in the air" lines.
    I might have stumbled onto what I want, already written.

    Thanks for the file name. Whole new paths to explore.

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  • ClarDold
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    Thanks. That one is just peachy. Lots of screenshots that I didn't need, and the command line that I like
    telnet 10.51.25.212 30003

    And a link to the documentation, user provided:
    http://woodair.net/sbs/Article/Bareb...ocket_Data.htm

    I have written programs to take in data across a telnet port, so this looks quite handy.

    -- Clarence

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  • wiedehopf
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    /dump1090-fa/data/aircraft.json

    you'll have to parse it appropriately.

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  • Oblivian
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    VRS has a database logger

    There is a manual method

    https://forum.flightradar24.com/thre...ll=1#post97748

    And there are other 30003 capture scripts that can use SQL

    But none are as easy as saving the text as far as I'm aware

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  • ClarDold
    started a topic Can i get a text list of the aircraft in view?

    Can i get a text list of the aircraft in view?

    I have a PiAware image installation, also running FR24feed.

    I notice that FR24 provides a list that I would like to be able to grab as text.
    http://localhost:8754/tracked.html

    FR24 Feeder Tracked Aircraft List
    Updated: 17:52:01 GMT-0700 (Pacific Daylight Time)
    ModeS: 71BE24 Callsign: KAL213
    Lat: 37.7249
    Long: -123.7923
    Alt: 34975ft
    SQW: 1455

    ModeS: A28904 Callsign: UAL1451
    Lat: 37.8682
    Long: -122.6399
    Alt: 13400ft
    SQW: 6646

    I'd like to grab that sort of info as a text output, but "curl" doesn't catch it.

    function update_aircraft() {
    $.ajax({url:'/flights.json?time=' + $.now(), dataType:'json', type:'get', data: $.now() }).done(function(data){update_aircraft_cb(data);}) ;
    }


    Is there a command line I could use to grab the data from dump1090-fa?
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