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  2. We don't have any short-term plans, but I have logged that internally as CRAB-15636 for future consideration. If you have specific use cases or integration requirements, those would be helpful. Thanks!
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  4. Thx Lindsey-- are there any plans to go to the more recent versions 3.0 and 4.0? Also, will the odata calls ever be supported in the Seeq API calls? The Reports group only supports export to powerpoint. Many thanks. Kevin
  5. Hi Kevin- Seeq is compatible with OData 2.0. Please let me know if you have any additional questions. Thanks, Lindsey
  6. Hi Sepideh- can you tell me what version of odata is supported in Seeq, R20 or R21? Many thanks. Kevin Fitzgerald, PE CMRP- Schneider Electric
  7. Seeq is Changing the paradigm of analytics to empower engineers There is a current industry focus on "prescriptive analytics,” the ability to identify assets that will soon need maintaining and to prescribe the best actions to take. It sounds like the holy grail, doesn’t it? But it’s not. View the full article
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  9. Hi Curious George- Yes, this can be accomplished using capsules properties. Please use the following steps: 1. Here I’ve created several different conditions using Value Search on my temperature signal. Note that each of these conditions (or bins) varies in size: 2. Once I have these conditions established, I can use Formula to combine all of the conditions into one “Bins” condition, and set a property for each of the capsules in the new condition: 3. Then I can use the properties of the capsules in this Bins condition to create my Histogram: Please let me know if you have any additional questions. Thanks, Lindsey
  10. Hi Seeq- Is there a way to create a histogram with variable size bins?
  11. Using Advanced Analytics in the Oil and Gas Industry stacicretu Tue, 04/16/2019 - 14:02 View the full article
  12. How to Drive Profitability with Advanced Analytics stacicretu Tue, 04/16/2019 - 11:13 View the full article
  13. @Ben Johnson: Sorry for replying little late. So This approach has been working great so far. However I have additional question. If this analysis needs to be done in a different format: eg. I would like Upper and Lower Bound for the trend in Capsule to be generated NOT from the capsule I select as being good, but from the Average of the capsules, lets say last 3/4 capsules? Or capsules in past 12 hrs. So instead of having a static upper and lower bound, it will be a rolling average limits based on previous 3 capsules. Any assistance in this direction would be appreciated.
  14. Hi- Yes, you are correct that one option to fix this is to increase the maximum duration for the Value Search. This would identify capsules of longer durations, but may compromise performance. Another option is that instead of searching for when the machine is running, use Value Search to identify when the machine is not running. Then use the .inverse() operator in Formula ($NotRunning.inverse(30d)) to identify when the process is running. This method will have less of an impact on the performance than simply extending the maximum duration of the Value Search. Lindsey
  15. Hello, I wanted to create a combination of conditions thru formulas (using valueSearch and then intersect), with the resultant condition being an intersection of those previous conditions. One of them though is a condition that the machine should be running. It just so happens that in reality, this machine runs 95% of the month. So then the capsule for this is a long one. I formulate the condition and execute but i get a yellow "i" mark instead of the rocket icon in the Details pane. The message says that Value search exceeded maximum duration. One solution is to enlarge the max duration of the valueSearch to say, 30 days. However i have several conditions and I understand if i do this, it would slow down performance. Is there a better way to formulate 3-4 conditions in a combination condition - to avoid this "i" mark and at the same time not hog down the performance? Thank you
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    Join us at the regional Seeq User Group meeting in Washington, DC. The event will take place from 9:00 AM to 4:00 PM on Thursday, June 6th, 2019. https://www.surveymonkey.com/r/2019-Seeq-UG-Washington-DC
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  19. In versions up through R21.0.40, you can use the the filter function, such as $condition.filter($capsule -> $capsule.duration() > 1min) Where the expression inside the filter is evaluated for which capsules to keep. This will be even easier in the upcoming release of R21.0.41 when you can do $condition.removeShorterThan(1min)
  20. Hi, If I have condition "A" and condition "B" and I do custom condition with Logic "A-B". I get a new condition "C". Is there a way to filter condition "C", ie ignore the new condition when it is less than , lets say 1 minute.
  21. We would also like to see this feature which would allow users more flexibility to analyse the chart data. Thanks, Dave
  22. Yoni, This functionality is not currently available in Seeq. Anyone wishing to view the Topic must have a Seeq account. If you would like to submit a feature request, please email support@seeq.com. Alternatively, you can export the Topic to a PDF and email it to your colleagues who do not have a Seeq account. Let me know if you have any remaining questions, Julianne
  23. Hi Adam, I'd be curious to dig into this deeper. We could do a phone call, or if you could write some pseudo-code on how you would see this working. What is some of the math you would do on these signals? Arrays do come up and it's something we'll get in Seeq. The use case I know of can be explained with this example-- A boiler tube could be instrumented with equally spaced temperature sensors along the length, say 20 or so. This is twenty signals, but viewing the data as temperature vs. tube length is useful too. With the right tools and UI components it would be possible to work with the data in both time and tube length dimension. Thanks.
  24. Is it possible to define an array of tags? For example if we have a fluid, it might have a composition like: 5% methane, 10% ethane, 25% propane, 15% isobutane, 15% n-butane, 10% isopentane, 10% n-pentane, 10% hexane. This is saved as eight separate tags. Manipulating the data requires eight separate formulas. It would be nice to put the composition into a single array. Then a math operation could be applied to all of the data.
  25. Hi Jon, Thanks for giving the link for the webinar. I loved the webinar as it gave me insights about what other projects we can work at using SEEQ. I would also wait for the Analytics Engineers inputs, Ricky
  26. Hi Ricky, Thanks for your posting. Yes, Seeq can do this. The trick is a signal for time, such as hours in service, that signal would be a covariant in the regression. Presumably, the regression would be done as follows: level would be the response variable (or signal to model) covariants (independent variables) would be time, and flow rate or rates (if you have it). We have a heat exchanger fouling example in this webinar: https://info.seeq.com/webinar-how-to-use-advanced-analytics-in-the-oil-gas-industry. Slightly different, but it is a good example of projecting the model into the future. The key is, for any model to project in the future, you need some independent variable that projects into the future. The easy one is time. But you can imagine more sophisticated approaches, for example, based on production planning information in an ERP system, lookup or calculate presumed consumption of raw materials or the rate of production. I just wanted to quickly point you to the webinar so maybe you can get started. But, we'll get a Seeq Analytics Engineer to add to this. Regards, Jon
  27. Hi Everyone, I have a case scenario where we would like to predict the number of days before a parameter reaches a set limit. For example, I wanted to see in my trend a dash line where my Tank Level would reach 80%. Correct me if I am wrong but the Predictive Tool for Seeq uses co-variance signals to generate a forecasted signal. What I wanted to achieve is to forecast the predictive value of a signal in the next succeeding days or hours. Am I able to do so in SEEQ? Regards, Ricky
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