That probably does make sense. For our Spring release we are moving to a more simple model that combines Fixed/Flex schedules and will simplify the adjustment process and should give even more efficiency. Flex schedules (water as needed) will be on a interval that will be adjusted automatically each month. Also, in-between intervals we will track daily evapotranspiration and decide if we can skip certain intervals based on real-time weather conditions.These graphs are nice, but we want to migrate away from users having to understand about field capacity, ET, root zone depth, efficiency, etc. if they are so inclined.
Right before the schedule runs, or could run, we perform all of this analysis.