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1. ## Count the Number of Times in Each Stage

Hi- I have a process that goes through several different stages during its operation, e.g. 'Stage 1', 'Stage 2', 'Off' etc. I'd like to determine a count or frequency that my process is in each of these stages. What is the best way to do this?
2. ## Exporting to Excel (Capsule Summary Problem)

Hi all, I have created a workbench with three temperature signals (x, y, z) and I have added six value search conditions (x Hi, x Lo, y Hi, y Lo, z Hi, z Lo). A High and Low condition for each signal. This has created a list of 95 capsules for the six conditions. I am exporting the summary data to excel. The information tab contains a list of my 95 capsules. However, the Capsule Summary tab contains a list of 285 line items. I am seeing the information for all three signals against each capsule ID, rather than just the signal that capsules condition was configured against. I hav
3. ## Scorecard with Variable Time Periods

In reporting, users may be interested in creating a Scorecard that contains certain metric results over a variety of time periods, such as "April 2019", "Quarter 1", and "Year to Date", etc. This can be accomplished using the following steps: 1. Use Formula to create a condition that contains a capsule for each time period that you are interested in. Note that I assigned a property to each capsule; this text will be used as the column header in the scorecard: 2. Create a Condition based scorecard and add a metric for each item you are looking to calculate: 3. Fina
4. ## Converting a Condition to a Signal

A common analytics need is to create a signal with numerical values that are based on an existing condition. Users often want to translate a condition (on/off, good data/bad data, running/down, etc.) to a numerical value to be used in calculations. For example, a user may want to multiply a process signal by a 0/1 value based on when the process is down/running. This technique can also be used to replicate "if" logic or "if / else" logic, where different values are returned depending on if the condition is true/false. Converting a condition to a signal value can be easily accomplished in
5. ## Creating conditions based on the slope of a Signal

FAQ: I want to create a condition where a trend is within a specific range of slope so as to identify instances where it falls inside and outside these ranges. Is this possible? Solution: This can be easily done using a combination of the Formula and Value Search tools in the sequence below. Use formula to calculate a new signal that is the derivative of the original signal. Formula code is: \$signal.derivative() Note - if the original signal is step interpolated, the derivative returned may have infinite values. If it is step interpolated, it is best to first change the inte
6. ## Ignoring custom condition shorter than a desired time range

Hi, If I have condition "A" and condition "B" and I do custom condition with Logic "A-B". I get a new condition "C". Is there a way to filter condition "C", ie ignore the new condition when it is less than , lets say 1 minute.
7. ## Calculating hourly Avg of a 1 second signal

Hello, This might be a simple question but have not been ale to find help anywhere (Being a beginner). I would like to know how to calculate hourly avg trend of a signal which is one sec interval. What I am thinking is: Suppose signal is = \$a a) Create value search for hourly capsules? b) Taking avg of during those capsules using formula search? However I would like the time range for this hourly avg to be dependent on time slider. Which means that sliding time should update the trend. Any help (Formula snippets) would be appreciated.
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