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Sanman Mehta

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  1. Hi Ehsan, That looks like a general SPy error and I would recommend filing a ticket with [email protected] so we can look into it further. Sanman
  2. Hi Eric, Apologies for late reply. It got lost in the shuffle. Yes this is doable. You can check out Workbooks Templates jupyter notebook in SPy Documentation. Also depending on details of the use case there maybe another method as well using spy.workbooks search -> pull -> save ->load -> push where push step includes map (csv file) of your Old ID and New ID column corresponding to asset tree old and new leaf respectively. Sanman
  3. Seeq has added Dark mode from user configuration in R60. So it is natively supported.
  4. In addition to what Kris said, some of the things can be accessed by referencing to this example:
  5. Hi SBC, you are most likely running into a known bug which is actively being worked on (34178). Can you send me an email with short video showing this in action so I can file it?
  6. When anything is deleted in Seeq, the Archived property gets set to "true". You can use API reference and POST Archived as "false" property. Check out this screenshot on how to do so. You can also do this programatically using SDK as shown in this post:https://www.seeq.org/index.php?/forums/topic/1291-how-to-use-the-seeq-apisdk-in-pythonseeq-data-lab/
  7. Hi SBC, Pls reach out with links and logs to [email protected] so we can look into specifics.
  8. Hi SBC, This is not friendly to pushing visuals. we can discuss more on our call later this week to discuss further.
  9. Oh ya these results don't have to be siloed in data-lab python environment. They can be used as time series signals in workbench as well as organizer topics for any type of visualizations or in further calculations by anyone within the organization.
  10. SBC, unless I am misinterpreting your message, the cache should behave in same performance. Please reach out to me directly if you are experiencing slowness in any case. Sanman
  11. Seeq stores all results in cache (most cases), so once you have done calculations once, they should not need recalculation for 10 years every time and resulting signal can be instantly used in further calculations. This should help alleviate calculation load from 2nd time onwards such that only new calculation would be for the last 1 day. You should not have to run scripts for 10 years everyday. Sanman
  12. Hi VpJ, You are on the right track. Schedule daily jobs by adding this code to your data lab project script spy.jobs.schedule("Every 1 Day") In a future release you will be able to create python visuals in qorkbench and just link it to organizer topic (same as you do with standard trends, tables, treemap views).
  13. Hi VpJ, If you build it out using any of the solutions mentioned above, it is relatively easy to make it available in all workbenches.
  14. yeah just shoot me an email with workbench link in which you had the worksheet.
  15. Hi SBC, This is by design. Although you can make the asset tree available in all workbenches by specifying “workbook”=None in your spy.push call near the bottom of the script. Add on tool is running script in background which you can find and update.
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