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in Suggestion by (160 points)
Just as a personal preference i'd like to see how many items go in and out of my containers. As probably anyone else, i use them as buffers and it's kinda hard to see if the input can keep up with the input over a longer period of time.

A sliding window average saying "last 5min rate: in: 102 i/s, out: 103 i/s" would suggest that you wont be able to keep up with the demand of the things pulling things out of the container i.e. producer/consumer. Similar to the performance indicator on the machines.
by (3.8k points)
That can be great to detect a problem like a truck failed to properly load, even a red light indicating it's getting empty can help but an input minus output graph for the last hour can be nice to check buffers receiving from multiple sources.
It can even be a container mk2 with added computer as material
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