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  1. When pushing Formulas to Workbench from Data Lab, you can use "\" and "\n" in a few different ways in the Data Lab code, to create a nicely formatted, multi-line Formula in Workbench: For the Formula pushed to Workbench, a \n can be used for a line return. This is valuable for creating multi-line Formulas with intermediate variable assignments, or for making lengthy, single lines of code more readable. For the Formula pushed to Workbench, a \ can be used just before a single quote, when you need to include a single quote in the Formula. This helps for example when working with string signals. On the Data Lab side, using a \ at the end of the line continues the code to the next line, helping with readability in Data Lab. These are illustrated in the Data Lab code below which pushes a condition Formula to Workbench: Editing the Formula in Workbench, the Formula appears as we desired:
  2. Summary: I want to create a process variable monitoring dashboard to view my trends over the last day. Step 1. Create a new Organizer Topic. From the Seeq home screen, click the "New" drop down and select "Organizer Topic". Step 2. Use the "Insert Table" button to insert a table with an many row and columns as you would like charts in your dashboard, or insert a template to provide you with a starting layout for your content. Insert Table: Insert Template: Step 3. In a blank table, or to adjust formatting on a template, use the table formatting options (available by clicking into the cell in the table or highlighting multiple cells) to merge cells, for example you can merge the top row to create a title row if desired. From the table formatting options, you can also change the background color of the cell by selecting Cell Properties. Step 4. Click into the cell that you want to insert your Seeq trend into and, with your cursor in the cell, use the Seeq Q logo in the top left of the toolbar to insert Seeq content. Alternatively, insert your content anywhere in your Topic and cut and paste the content into the correct cell in the table. Tip: to adjust the size of your content once inserted select the content, select the blue Seeq Q icon, and customize content size, shape, and more. Step 5. Repeat step 4 for each monitoring chart you want to view in your dashboard. Step 6. Create a custom date range to apply to the Seeq content in your dashboard. This example shows how to create a daily auto-update frequency. Click the + icon in the Date Ranges panel to open a new custom date range window. Then click on Auto Update. Customize your display range and then click Next. Select how often you want your update to occur (in this case Daily) and when you want it to update (in this case, 6AM Pacific). Make sure to click Save! If you'd like to be notified when your dashboard updates, expand the Notify when Schedule Runs option to enable notifications to your email. Step 7. Share your dashboard with your peers by clicking on the Share icon in the top right, with options for an Edit, View, or Presentation link. Presentation View: Alternatively, share a PDF by selecting the PDF icon on the toolbar. PDF: Content Verified DEC2023
  3. I'm trying to display large values with more significant figures. For instance, annual reporting of large quantities via scorecard only display scientific notation rather than the actual value received within our historian database.I need to be able to display at lease nine significant figures within the score card and be able to view the trend line with the same number of significant figures. Anyone have any thoughts as to how this can be accomplished? Thank you,
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