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Thorsten Vogt

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  1. Hi Yassine, it might be that there are invalid values in this timeframe. You can try to change your formula to $as32.validValues(). This will remove invalid values from the signal and interpolation should work again. If the gap is greater than the max interpolation setting you can use $as32.validValues().setMaxInterpolation(4weeks) which first removes invalid values and then changes the max interpolation of the signal. Regards, Thorsten
  2. Hello Bayu, you may try it this way. I set up a sample in which my forecasted value will exceed the threshold two times in the next 3 days: First step is identifying these periods by using the following formula: ($forecast > $limit).afterStart(0ns) This will create capsules with zero duration as I just need the timestamps for the points in time when the value will be exceed the limit. Next step is creating a new signal with the timestamp as the value: //Iterate over all capsules to create a signal //with the value of the timestamp at start of the capsule $limitExceeded.toSamples($c -> { //Get date of capsule start $date = $c.startKey() //Create sample for signal sample($c.startKey(), $date) }, 1s) Last step is creating the scorecard: In case you may want to display the timestamp in another format you may read this post and adjust the formula in step 2. Hope this helps. Regards, Thorsten
  3. Hi Ben, another option is using the function highpassfilter() as in the following example: $signal.highPassFilter(20min, 2min, 60).abs().agileFilter(2min) The resulting signal can then be used in Value Search to determine the deviations. Regards, Thorsten
  4. Hi Rosa, have you tried keeping just the calculated signal in the list of signals used for the export? Using the OData Feed URL for Excel (I do not have Power BI) just exports 30 values. Regards, Thorsten
  5. Hi Pat, you may use within() fo this. The following example keeps only the portions of the signal where the value of the signal is above 65: Regards, Thorsten
  6. Hi Ingrid, you try to use splice on a scalar, which is available since R51. In lesser versions you can apply splice only on signals, so changing $h to a signal first should resolve the issue: $h.tosignal().splice($l, $lfc) Regards, Thorsten
  7. Hi Aaron, you can use a formula for this. The following example calculates the total duration of all capsules of the operation condition since 06 Mar 2021 up to now. The result is a scalar. $operation.aggregate(totalDuration('h'), capsule('2021-03-06T00:00:00Z', now())) Another option would be creating a condition that can be used in the "Signal from Condition" tool. You have to select an appropriate maximum capsule duration for the condition: condition(30d, capsule('2021-03-06T00:00:00Z', now())) A more dynamic way would be calculating the duration based on the last maintenance. The following formula creates a condition for the times your equipment is running, in case you only have the maintenance capsules. growEnd(30d) extends the capsules to 30 days so you can use it for the current time. As growEnd() extends the capsules to the beginning of the next capsule I use subtract() to remove the maintenance periods from it. $maintenance.inverse().growend(30d).subtract($maintenance) The resulting condition is used inside Signal from Condition Tool: Will this work for you? Regards, Thorsten
  8. In this case you may change the aggregation function from totalized() to delta().
  9. Hi Robin, you can use toCondition() on the Product ID Signal. This will create a condition with capsules each time the value changes. Then you can use Signal from Condition to get the desired values for each capsule. In the following example I calculate the used energy during each compressor stage: Regards, Thorsten
  10. Hi Vladimir, you can add another boundary to the signal. When choosing "Other" as the relation type a dashed line will be added to the display. In case you only want to have the dashed line for the range where the limits are equal you can create another signal for that and chosse this as the boundary: Will this work for you? Regards, Thorsten
  11. Hi Stephanie, yes, there a multiple solutions. I guess the easiest one is using the shifts() function: //Create shift at 05:30 and combine with shift at 17:30 shifts(5.5, 12h).combineWith(shifts(17.5, 12h)) You could also use periods together with move() or a startdate of the initial shift //Create a 12h capsule every 12hs and move to 05:30 / 17:30 periods(12h, 12h).move(5.5h) //Create a 12h capsules every 12hs based on the specified date periods(12h,12h, '2021-01-01T05:30:00+01:00') In order to create just two capsules based on the current date you may use the following formula. As it uses now() the capsules have an uncertain state. //Get timestamp for today and yesterday at midnight $today = now().floorTime(1d) $yesterday = $today - 1d //create capsules condition(12h, capsule($yesterday + 5.5h, $yesterday + 17.5h), capsule($yesterday + 17.5h, $today + 5.5h)) This is what it looks like in Workbench Regards, Thorsten
  12. The API shown above returns the data in JSON format. To create a CSV file you - can write some custom code making use of the Seeq SDKs (here Python) import seeq_sdk as sdk import csv # login prompt definition def get_authenticated_client(api_url): api_client = sdk.ApiClient(api_url) auth_api = sdk.AuthApi(api_client) auth_input = sdk.AuthInputV1() auth_input.username = <username> auth_input.password = <password> auth_input.auth_provider_class = "Auth" auth_input.auth_provider_id = "Seeq" auth_api.login(body=auth_input) return api_client seeq_api_url = 'http://seeqserver:34216/api' seeq_api_client = get_authenticated_client(seeq_api_url) datasourcesApi = sdk.DatasourcesApi(seeq_api_client) output = datasourcesApi.get_items_hosted_by_datasource(id=<id of datasource>, limit=300) with open("C:\\temp\\items.csv", "w", newline='') as csvFile: writer = csv.writer(csvFile) writer.writerow(["Name", "Type"]) for item in output.items: writer.writerow([item.name, item.type]) - take the output from the response body and use 3rd-party tools to convert to csv - use Seeq Data Lab (requires Seeq Data Lab license) data = spy.search({"Datasource Name": "Example Data"}) data.to_csv('items.csv') Regards, Thorsten
  13. Hi Vegini, I guess there are two ways to accomplish this. First one is using Seeq CLI using the command seeq datasource items on the Seeq server. As you can see below you are able to filter for specific datasources you are interested in and also export the results to a .csv file. To get the name, class or id of a datasource you can execute seeq datasource list first to get the desired information to be used for filtering: More information on the CLI can be found here: https://seeq.atlassian.net/wiki/spaces/KB/pages/215384254/Seeq+Server+Command+Line+Interface+CLI The second way would be utilizing the API, for example in a python script. As you see you have to specify the ID of the datasource to get the associated items. The ID of a datasource can be determined by calling the datasources endpoint: Hope this helps. Regards, Thorsten
  14. Hi Mike, by default the size of the tiles reflects the number of assets under the specific asset. In this example, as Cooling Tower 1 has more assets belonging it then Cooling Tower 2, the area of the rectange is bigger: Assets below Cooling Tower 1: Assets below Cooling Tower 2: As you may notice the shape of the rectangles for Area J and K in Cooling Tower 1 is different from the other rectangles, although the size is the same. Resizing the browser circumvents this issue and displays the rectangles all in the same shape: You can override the size of each item individually as described here: Hope this helps. Regards, Thorsten
  15. Hi Robin, as I understood you want to have the sum of the values at ~ 9 am and ~ 3 pm as the value for the batch 22091 NR. Therefore I changed the last formula of my previous post: $batch.removeLongerThan(1wk).tosamples($capsule -> { $maxFirst = $capsulesForCounter.toGroup($capsule).first().property('CounterValue') $sumOfMax = $capsulesForCounter.toGroup($capsule).reduce(0, ($r, $x) -> $r + $x.property('CounterValue')) sample($capsule.startKey(), $sumOfMax-$maxFirst) }, 1d).tostep(1wk) Regards, Thorsten
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