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  1. Currently in Seeq (June 2021) there is not a method to export ungridded signal data. There are a couple of development items in the works which will help in the future but for the moment this is the best work around for oData connections. As a reminder if you just need the data in excel, there is an ungridded raw timestamp option available for the excel export. Lets use the following setup as our example. We have a condition which represents my batches and we have a simple temperature signal that I want to get the average value of for each batch. Step 1 - Create my Average temperat
  2. For particularly large oData exports it can sometime be helpful to increase the default PowerBI timeout period. This is easily done in the advanced editor of the Power Query Editor. 1) To access the Power Query editor click the options menu on your table and select Edit Query 2) In Power Query select the Advanced Editor option to edit the advanced query parameters 3) in the OData.Feed() function add the optional Timeout parameter. The example below is for a 90 minute timeout Source = OData.Feed("https://explore.seeq.com:443/odata.svc/Export_67ExampleDataSignals_DataSe
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