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While Seeq is working towards enhancing our features in the Histogram tool, here are a simple workaround commonly used to create a histogram for multiple signals with display times in chronological order.

Step 1: Start by loading all of the signals we want to include in the matrix into the display.

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Step 2: Create a monthly condition with a property that split the years and months (YYYY-MM) from the initial date format (YYYY-MM-DDT00:00:00Z) using the formula tool.

Formula 1 - month_withProperty

$monthly = months("Asia/Kuala_Lumpur")

//split the years and month of the data
$monthly
.move(8hrs) //move based on specific timezone example the timezone used here is UTC+8
.transform($capsule ->
$capsule.setProperty('month_year',$capsule.property('start').tostring().replace('/(.*)(-..T.*)/','$1'))) 

Step 3: Combine the aggregate calculation for the multiple signals in a formula.

Formula 2 -combine the aggregate calculations, example here is based on average.

//Step 1: calculate monthly average for each signals
$monthlyaverageA = $t1.aggregate(average(),$month_withProperty, startKey(),0s)
$monthlyaverageB = $t2.aggregate(average(),$month_withProperty, startKey(),0s)
$monthlyaverageC = $t3.aggregate(average(),$month_withProperty, startKey(),0s)

//Step2: combine all the discrete points and move each signal by 1,2 and 3 hours to have different time stamp. Please refer combinewith() formula documentation. 

combinewith(
$monthlyaverageA.move(1hr),
$monthlyaverageB.move(2hr),
$monthlyaverageC.move(3hr))

Step 4 : Create condition for each average temperature signals and use setProperty() function to set the naming for each signal.

//Step 1: calculate monthly average for each signals
$monthlyaverageA = $t1.aggregate(average(), $month_withProperty, startKey(),0s)
$monthlyaverageB = $t2.aggregate(average(), $month_withProperty, startKey(),0s)
$monthlyaverageC = $t3.aggregate(average(), $month_withProperty, startKey(),0s)

//Step2: combine all and create condition for each discrete points and set the property accordingly.

combinewith(
$monthlyaverageA.move(1hr).toCapsules().setProperty('Mode','Area A'),
$monthlyaverageB.move(2hr).toCapsules().setProperty('Mode','Area B'),
$monthlyaverageC.move(3hr).toCapsules().setProperty('Mode','Area C'))

Step 5: Create the histogram as shown in the screenshot below. The colour for each signal can be changed by selecting the legend box on the top right side of the histogram.

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For users who would like to split the quarter_year or year_week, please refer to the formula below.

  • Formula to split quarter_year
$quarter = quarters(Month.January, 1, "Asia/Kuala_Lumpur")

$quarter.move(8hrs)//move based on specific timezone, example used here is UTC+8
.transform($cap -> {
 $year  = $cap.startKey().toString().replace('/-.*/','')
 $quart = $cap.property('Quarter').toString()
 
$cap.setproperty('Quart',$year+' '+'Q'+$quart)})
  • Formula to split year_week

//Set up formula for 
$week_counter = (timesince(years("UTC"),1wk)+1).round()
 
//The aim is to add '0' in front of single digit number so that the sequence in histogram 01, 02,....10,
$weekLessThan10 = $week_counter < 10
$signal1 = $week_counter.toString()
$signal2 = toString('0').toSignal() + $signal1 
$new_week_counter = $signal1.splice($signal2,$weekLessThan10 )
 
$weekly_capsule_embedded_property = $new_week_counter.toCondition()

//Setting the year and week property
//$year - the function here meant to extract the year
//$week - the embedded Value is XX.0wk - remove the .0wk
//set new property of year_week

$weekly_capsule_embedded_property.removeLongerThan(8d).transform($cap -> {

$year = $cap.startKey().toString().replace('/-.*/','')

$week = $cap.property('Value').toString().replace('/\wk/','')

 $cap.setproperty('Year_Week',$year+' '+'W'+$week)})

You can also check this post to create histogram with hourly bins.

Edited by Nuraisyah Rosli
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