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  1. I'd like to calculate the average of a signal in a display range, and then use that average value in subsequent calculations. I'd like the calculation to be dynamic, so if I adjust my display range, the average and all subsequent calculations should re-calculate. The averages for my signals show up in the Details pane, and I can also use a simple Metric to calculate and display the average, but I can't figure out how to access those values in a formula. I found an older post from 2019 that says it's currently not possible to use a Metric in a subsequent calculation: The suggested workaround is "we recommend first using signal from condition to do the calculation of the parameter, then referencing your signal from condition in the scorecard metric tool" But I'm not sure how to limit a condition to my display range. Is there a special capsule I could use that spans only the display range?
  2. I'm on Seeq R54. Is there an easy way to 'promote' my asset group to an asset tree without recreating it manually? I made an asset group in a workbench, but I'm not able to see or access it from anywhere else outside of that workbench. I'd like to use the asset group as an 'asset selection' filter in an organizer topic, but I'm only able to see asset trees there.
  3. Thanks for the suggestion @Nuraisyah Rosli, is there a way to automate the creation of the bins instead of defining them manually? I'd like to generate the histogram for 10+ assets, but they all have different numeric ranges (e.g. some are 0-10, some 0-100).
  4. I have a signal where I'd like to compare the distributions in 2021 vs. 2022 using a histogram, but with the normalized counts per year (counts divided by total counts in that year, or relative frequency histogram) instead of just the raw counts. Is there an easy way to configure this in Seeq?
  5. I figured out a solution! Turns out that the conda package manager installs the binaries too, so we can try: conda install graphviz I ran into some issues with the jupyter/conda environments doing that, but the workaround was to: 1. Fire up a terminal 2. Fix the ~/.bashrc file with conda init bash 3. Restart the terminal for the changes to take effect, then do conda install graphviz 4. That seemed to fix it. dot -V now works and we can pip install the Python interface and run it correctly without errors:
  6. Hi Teddy, Thanks for the suggestion. I tried that, but pip only installs the python interface to graphviz, and not the graphviz binaries itself needed to render the drawings. From https://github.com/xflr6/graphviz: Sample graph from Stack Overflow: https://stackoverflow.com/questions/41942109/plotting-the-digraph-with-graphviz-in-python-from-dot-file
  7. I'd like to install custom packages using apt-get (e.g. PyDot, which has GraphViz as a dependency https://graphviz.org/) but I don't know the datalab user password.
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