In the "Flukso would need section" there was a debate on applications (Android, iOS, HTML5) to visualize FLM readings - see https://www.flukso.net/content/home-display-android-app
This request partly is solved by installing the FLMlocal tweak, but still lacks some more simplicity, e.g. the direct visualization on supply and consumption in a decent outline.
As this request could be fulfilled by adding "just another tab" on the FLMlocal visualizations, it is yet to be figured out on how to efficiently define (and store) information on the actual direction of (energy) flow.
At the moment I can imagine to spend a "direction flag" on input data, either on the display itself (would require a cookie to keep settings) or better already in the device configuration - but this is just a thought.
So, let's open up a solution discussion on how to increase user experience on FLM data visualization.
First requirements though:
REQ-FLM-SIMPLEVIZ-1: FLM (power) sensors shall distinguish direction of flow, thus define either supply or consumption.
REQ-FLM-SIMPLEVIZ-2: An FLM simple visualization shall show consumption, supply and a combination/total of both (refer to attached picture by TOMMYVILLE). Note: For production fed back into the grid also a feasible display is required.
By the way: You don't have to tweak your Fluksometer to test this; you may have a look at all this also on your (Linux/OSX) desktop - follow the white rabbit...