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Anyone else missing March 14th data?


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Feb 28, 2015
Merced, CA
I was comparing daily data in my dashboard between Tesla and PG&E find out why I had a small discrepancy. Then I noticed that the rest api results had a hole. Nothing for 3/14/21. So I opened the app and scrolled back to 3/14 and the graph appears to be complete for all the power flows but when I click download data button, it doesn't actually attach anything to the email.
I'm able to download March 14th from my Tesla app (v. 3.10.11 IOS), though I don't do that anymore. I've been hitting the API directly from a python script. I did, however, have a bug in my script that broke the script after the daylight savings change:

Did you try downloading other days? There are a number of people (myself included) who cannot download anything on recent Android devices. Your description matches what occurs for me on all days. IOS seems unaffected.

On 3/14, there is a visual bug, where the hour labels (4/8/noon/4/8) are incorrect - instead, all 23 hours are spread out evenly across the screen, so the label for 4 AM is actually about 4:50 AM, which you can see if you move your finger across the screen to get individual time data. Additionally, times before 2:00 AM on 3/14 show the UTC offset ("-5:00" for me.) I believe that behavior occurs for all of winter when on summer time, and vice versa.

(As a side note, I really wish there was a calendar widget or a way to click on a month/day from the year/month/week charts to get to a day faster.)
Can you tell me what your end dates look like in the call? Are you using the same API?

Before I fixed my bug, the dates looked like this:
converted 2021-03-13 23:59:59 to /calendar_history?kind=power&end_date=2021-03-14T04:59:59Z
converted 2021-03-14 23:59:59 to /calendar_history?kind=power&end_date=2021-03-15T03:59:59Z

After fixing the bug (by including time zone information when creating the date objects), they looked like this:
converted 2021-03-13 23:59:59-04:00 to /calendar_history?kind=power&end_date=2021-03-14T03:59:59Z
converted 2021-03-14 23:59:59-04:00 to /calendar_history?kind=power&end_date=2021-03-15T03:59:59Z
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