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  1. That max interpolation change worked a treat, thanks Teddy!
  2. Thanks Teddy that looks promising! Only issue is that I do not have a version of Seeq with that function yet. Do you know of any other ways that would work with R22.0.47.01?
  3. Hi all, Wondering if there is a function to not display results that are not yet confirmed/available. At the moment my scorecard displays yesterday's result for today, even though today's result isn't available yet: So basically trying to make the 09th July just show a "-" until a result is available. Hope this makes sense!
  4. Ah thanks so much this is exactly what I was after! I was using "and" instead of "&&" when trying this earlier. Cheers
  5. Hi all, Trying to make a lot of comparisons to sense check a large amount of data, for instance is the flow signal flat lined when greater than 0m3/s? At the moment I am doing the following: Creating a derivative of the flow signal to know whether or not it is flat lined Carrying out a value search for when flow is > 0 Doing another value search for flow derivative = 0 Finally a composite condition to see when both value searches So I'm wondering if there is a simpler/faster way of achieving the same result in fewer steps as I will be needing to do this a lot. Thanks!
  6. Thanks Andrew, just tried this and looks great! Much appreciated
  7. Thanks so much for this Thorsten! Apologies it has taken me so long to get back to this. I've been trying various filters on the original signal (as well as no filter) to try and get the final result to be as accurate as possible but I usually end up being up to 10% out for daily results, which can accumulate quite quickly when looking at monthly usage etc. I can usually filter the original signal to the point where one day's result will be exactly right but this doesn't carry over to other days. Do you know if this error is normal for this method or if there are any other approaches I could try which might be more accurate? Please let me know if this doesn't make sense.. Thanks!
  8. Hi all, Trying to set up a new Organizer Topic which tracks chemical usage which I can then use to form a report. I have a bulk hopper which decreases in weight as product is used but will also increase in weight when a delivery is taking place. So what would be the most simple way to only sum the decreases in weight over a certain period? Thanks!
  9. Hi Thorsten, Unfortunately it appears that the isGreaterThan function only works for scalars. Perhaps I need to try and get our version of Seeq updated! Thanks for your help, Isaac
  10. Hello, Is there a way to compare signals (i.e. is greater than, is equal to etc.) prior to R21.044? Kind regards, Isaac
  11. Hi Thorsten, Thanks again, that looks like a winner! Only problem is we are still on R21.0.42.03 and I believe the use of those math operators are a feature of R21.044 and higher. Are you aware of how to do the above formula in previous versions of Seeq?
  12. Thanks for your time and info Thorsten, Unfortunately I do not think I have access to Python on my company profile, I have put a request in however. Just to clarify, is all this required to achieve what Nick originally did in the initial post but with 8 signals? Can I not use the formula version of Deviation Search and increase the number of boundaries from 1 to 7 for example? Many thanks, Isaac
  13. Hi Nick, Thanks for this tutorial, I was wondering if there was a way to achieve a similar result using the Max/Min functions? I have several parameters each with 8 signals and I think doing the above for all of these may be more complicated for me than it needs to be. For instance, I have 8 different pH results and my current scorecard will display the daily min, average & max value for these 8 signals but I would like to be able to also display which one of these signals was the min and max. Any help would be great! Cheers, Isaac
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