Jump to content

Yanmin Xu

  • Posts

  • Joined

  • Last visited

Recent Profile Visitors

The recent visitors block is disabled and is not being shown to other users.

Yanmin Xu's Achievements


Rookie (2/14)

  • Collaborator Rare
  • One Year In
  • Conversation Starter
  • First Post
  • Week One Done

Recent Badges



  1. Hi Seeq, I create a workbench analysis with parameters from imported .csv files. However, when I was trying to copy this analysis, the signals from the .csv file (and all calculation related to these signals) cannot be copied. Here is an example. signal $a is imported from csv, and singal $B02fi505 is form company database. I just add them up and create a new signal $a+b02fi505. This workbook "Test" works good. However, when I try to duplicate this file, the imported csv file is broken. Both $a and $a+b02fi505 signals are not functioning. Below are the copied analysis and the error msg Is there anyway to address this issue? How to put the csv file in a "global address" that I can use in multiple analysis? Thank you! Yanmin
  2. Hi Seeq! I am wondering if I can do the following: 1) copy or move one worksheet from one WorkBench Analysis to ANOTHER Workbench Analysis? I know I can duplicate one worksheet within the same workbench analysis but that is not what I need. 2) Duplicate the formula multiple times. I am thinking if there is a way to duplicate the formula 10 times, or do I have to do it one by one. Thanks for your help.
  3. Hi. I was wondering if Seeq has mapping feature. Like develop a pressure/Temperature contour map. For example I have 9 wells (3x3 configuration), all with temperature signals. And I am thinking to display the spatial temp map. I tried to figure out a way using dashboards scorecard (shown below). But not a perfect way to show contours.... I was wondering if Seeq has any contour map feature? Thanks, Yanmin
  4. Hi Shamus, I have another question. I have a Rate signal (blue curve). My goal is to create a Volume signal (integral of the rate) starting from 05/01/2021. Ideally it would be similar as the red curve. I think the key is to create a series of capsules with increasing duration. (1st capsule has duration of 1 day, 2nd capsule has 2 days etc..) But I couldn't figure out how to do it. Is there any way to solve this problem? Thanks, Yanmin
  5. Hi Shamus! Thank you very much for your explanation! 😀
  6. Hi Shamus, If I understand correctly, is this used to calculate deltaT of the samples in a signal? Lets say we have a signal A. Will this formula give us the new signal B? t A B t1 a1 0 t2 a2 t2-t1 t3 a3 t3-t2 t4 a4 t4-t3 I tried on my end, but error shows like this.
  7. Hi Kris, Thanks for the reply. In reality, different signals may have different frequencies. And sometimes there is lack of data for a period of time just due to measurement failure. Time Signal A Signal B t1 a1 - t2 a2 b1 t3 failure - t4 a4 b2 So for question 1, what I was thinking is to check if we have data at a specific time. In csv file, we can filter the time we wanted, and check the data. Is it possible in Seeq? For question 2, if I want to create signal C=(b2-b1)/(a4-a2), how should I deal with it? Can runningDelta() help? Thanks! Regards, Yanmin
  8. Hi Seeq, I am new to Seeq and have two questions regarding the "Time" variable/signal. 1. In csv file, the first column is always Date/Time, and this "time column" can be used in subsequent analysis (ex. derivative, avg, complex formula). I don't know how this "time column" is treated in Seeq (seems to me by default is the x-axis). Can we create a signal that include this time information? 2. How can time be used in correlating different signals? Let's say I have signals A&B and want to calculate a new signal C. Is it possible to do so in Seeq? Time A B C t1 a1 b1 - t2 a2 b2 =(b2-b1)/(a2-a1) t3 a3 b3 =(b3-b2)/(a3-a2) Thanks for your help! Yanmin
  • Create New...