Have you ever wondered how much you spent so far in Uber? What would it look like to overlap all your trips? The impact of the fare surges in your final charged price? With whom did you split more trips? Your trend usage or hourly usage pattern? I'm sure you did. And I did too That's why I created this App.
Well, to be honest, all started in a pub. As many good stories.. I was chatting around with some friends, complaining about me always going to their area instead of finding a middle point. They said that's not true.. I was unable to prove it back at those days, not anymore..
Note: This app is for reference and personal purposes only.
I hope you enjoy!
I just uploaded a bug fix that should solve that issue in https://github.com/anguila/qvUberDashboard
You have to download the .qvw file, and the extractor extractor/app.js to fix this issue.
Also, I added a log system in the extractor, which is read by the app too. So if there's any error in the extraction, an icon is shown in the main Login page (Qlikview app_, and once you click on it, you can see all the details.
That will help, if there's something unexpected..
Let me know if if works now, or if you have any other issue.
Thanks for the feedback!
Hi, I'm trying to get this app to work but am getting an error when trying to log-in and load the data from Uber.
I think I've installed everything successfully, I've tried just running the Node.JS from the command line, and am getting a Cannot read 'Parent' property, any suggestions please???
Did you try to run 'npm install' in the \extractor folder?
Looks like is something wrong with your cheerio version.
Also, I'd recommend you to download the latest version of the app in: GitHub - anguila/qvUberDashboard: QlikView App to analyse your own Uber data to detect trends, patte...
As I added a logging system which might help you to identify some issues.
Hi, yes I did run the 'npn install' in extractor folder and I only downloaded the files from GitHub today so I assume it should be up to date.
I should mention that I don't have any trips in Uber as yet so was just testing the log-in but I believe in the latest version it should cope with this unless I've misunderstood???
Is still the issue going on? I realized it was an issue with the Uber servers at end of may, now should work fine.
Actually, if you doesn't have any data, an error should prompt saying so.. (Not a nodejs exception.