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  1. Hello, In previous versions of Seeq, I used the journal entry links to copy signals or conditions created in one worksheet to a different worksheet or workbook. However, in R55, this capability appears to have been removed. Is there a different way of doing this? See below screenshot: For context, I am trying to compare a calculated value across several different assets that I created in the Asset Group Editor. I would like to do this comparison all on the same worksheet. When I tried to add a "Calculated item" using an "Existing seeq item" to the Asset group that at I created, Seeq uses the same asset's inputs across all the asset's instead of pulling different input's depending on the asset group. Obviously, I am doing something wrong here, but I can't figure it out. Thanks Corey
  2. FAQ: Seeq's Asset Swapping functionality enables rapid scaling of calculations across all items in my fleet of assets. It is easy to duplicate a worksheet and display the calculations for each asset in my fleet on a new worksheet, but what is the best approach for if I want to see all of my calculations for each asset on the same worksheet. For example, what if I want to display several calculated items in separate lanes in my display. Within each lane, I want to show that same calculated item for each asset. What is the most efficient way to do this in Seeq? Solution: This can be quickly and easily achieved by leveraging trend item links in Seeq's Journal. In the example that follows, we will show how you can drop journal links to each of the trend items in your display when viewing a particular asset, then asset swap to the next asset and drop the new trend item links. These links can then be added back to the display all together and the customize panel can be used to place like calculations on the same lane/axis and color-code the signals by asset. 1) Begin with a specific view of all of your calculated items for a single asset, such as this: 2) Follow the method detailed in this seeq.org post: to add the trend item link for each item in your display to the journal. 3) Swap to your next asset. Repeat step 2) to add trend item links for this new asset to the journal. 4) Continue steps 2/3 for as many assets as you would like to view together. Once all of the items that you wish to display together have a trend item link in the journal, click each of the links to add them all to the display. 5) Open the customize panel in the Details Pane and use options like: color, lane, axis, etc to overlay like calculations together in one lane and 1-axis and color by asset.
  3. Using some of the new Asset Group features in R52 we can easily create unique prediction training ranges for each asset. In this example we are going to create three separate training ranges for three assets. Step 1 - Find the assets you want to model with your prediction and add them to a new asset group Step 2 - Create a Manual Condition for each asset with your desired training range for each particular asset. These training ranges can be as simple as single capsules or as complex as a Manual Condition combined with a mode of operation condition. Step 3 - Add the manual conditions to your asset group as a new "Training Range" column Step 4 - Create the prediction using the signals and the condition from the asset group. Key points in the prediction tool is to make sure that you select a wide training window that encompasses the ranges of all the individual assets. Under the advanced section select the training range condition we created in Step 3. You now have a Temperature Model signal that you can "swap" across all assets in your group with different training ranges in on each of the assets.
  4. I am having some trouble getting the asset swapping and treemap functions working. I have a couple of questions: Does the asset being swapped need to be the direct parent of the signal? Does the entire asset tree structure need to be the same or only the elements of the signal that are being used in the calculation?
  5. I am having trouble when duplicating a worksheet within the same workbench. If I edit the formulas with a new signal for it to refer to to do the exact same analysis I previously did, but with a different tag, it automatically updates my original worksheet within the workbench to the new tag as well. What I am trying to do is run the same analysis to different tags in separate worksheets in the same workbench. P.S. if I duplicate the entire Seeq Workbench and update the tag in the duplicate then the tags in my original Worksheet in the original Workbench stay intact. However, this just creates too many workbenches to keep track of, when what I'd like to do is have all worksheets within one workbench by being able to duplicate the worksheets and update the tags. Thanks for any help.
  6. We noticed today that if you duplicate a worksheet within a book, you cannot change the tags without affecting the 1st worksheet. Is there a way to separate the worksheets so we can have the same calculations but for a different base dataset? We are trying to make this report for all of our production lines.
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