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Adam Georgeson

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  1. Click the little letter "i" that is in a green circle, next to the csv import tag or the function. The item properties will come up. You will see a section called "Scope: This analysis only" Click the Change link to make it global.
  2. Our system has a number of "Exports" with no Created date, no Last Used date, no Auto Update and an Unknown Analysis. Is there any way to view what they are doing? I'd like to clean them up if their doing nothing.
  3. I'd make two conditions, one for RPM and one for Temperature, then try to use the "Combining Conditions" formulas. I think .encloses() would work.
  4. Thanks Joanna. I didn't realize that a hex code could be entered in that spot, since it shows the word "Yellow" or "Red" when those colors are chosen.
  5. What happened to the color palette in Organizer Topics? It appears half the colors are gone, including most of the subtle ones, along with the field to enter a hex code for any color Remaining colors are very bold, like a child's building block set, not really suitable as a quiet background for a data table or trend
  6. When running a Data Lab project.... sometimes the push command writes to an existing signal and sometimes the push command creates a new signal (with the same name as the existing signal) and writes to that. The result is duplicates. It wastes time to stay organized by switching broken formulas and deleting the duplicates. Is there a way to force the push command only to write to existing signals, never to create new signals?
  7. DFW Airport right now has 8 mph winds, per the National Weather Service website. NOAA connector in Seeq is reporting 14 m/s winds, which is 30 mph. That is not the case. I live right by DFW Airport and confirm it is not a storm. Doing a deeper analysis, the wind speed reported by NOAA connector is always 3.6x faster than wind speed reported elsewhere. Are the units for wind speed wrong? Did someone put m/s when it should be km/h? (0.001 m/km * 3600 s/h = 3.6)
  8. Lindsey, The 7 days forecast is looking like that today. The Connector has low reliability which Seeq has said is due to the NOAA's servers. It is possible the NOAA's servers were not providing forecast data when I investigated. For portions of last month, the NOAA's servers did not even provide current data.
  9. Morgan, Is there a way to obtain NOAA Weather Forecasts as part of this Connector? We used this Connector to obtain historical weather data and then used Prediction to build equations relating weather data and certain performance metrics. We would like to obtain the upcoming weather forecast and apply the equations to it, thus anticipating what the performance metrics will be, a few days into the future. Excel can manually be used for this purpose, of course, but like most things it would be great to have a solution in Seeq
  10. Lindsey, We upgraded not long ago. The new layout is much better than the old one on mobile. We do have a lot of Iphone users so yes, please update me on CRAB-20100 Thanks, Adam
  11. Thanks Lindsey. Would you mind posting a few screenshots of the new homepage on a mobile device? I'm interested to see how the new layout affects mobile navigation before we upgrade.
  12. What benefit does .valueSearch() provide? I've typically written it this way and see no difference of outcome $conditionclosed = $OP.validValues().isLessThanOrEqualTo(0) $flowsignal.splice(0.toSignal(),$conditionclosed)
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