Currently in the PV Ladder, the ‘Outputs’ column is not actually the number of outputs, but seems to be the number of days since the system was first registered in PVO. In my case, I registered several months prior to the panels being installed, and used PVO to chart consumption only, and I suspect this isn’t unusual - so my ‘number of outputs’ is much lower than number of days registered.
Today, it is showing me (https://pvoutput.org/list.jsp?id=64310&sid=57175) as ‘OUtputs 124 days’ even though the list of outputs has only 81 outputs in it ( I deleted the earlier non-solar outputs).
This in turn skews the ‘Efficiency’ and ‘Average’ figures too low, since a lot of days with no outputs are being included in the average.
In the ‘PV Ladder’, could the ‘Outputs’ column count the actual number of outputs as displayed in the ‘Daily view’, so that if someone deletes a stack of outputs due to being unrepresentative, the number of outputs will reduce, and so the ‘Efficiency’ and ‘Average’ figures will automatically adjust to be more reflective of the remaining samples?