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Causality (Seeq Add-on tool) --> Where to Find?

Amanda Thomas

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I found this information on Causality (Seeq Add-on) but I could not find it in the Add-on Gallery here:  https://seeq12.github.io/gallery/

Anyone know where I can find this Add-on?






Process Variation Troubleshooting: Finding the Needle in the Haystack

When the process is operating abnormally, control engineers spend countless hours manually inspecting time series data trends for cause/effect relationships and anomalies. The following functionality makes process troubleshooting efforts much more time-efficient:

  • Data cleansing approaches: downtime data removal, data filtering (smoothing), and operational mode searches
  • Identifying process changes: benchmarking signal statistics across time periods to identify deviations from normal behavior; condensing critical signal behavior in chain or capsule view for easy visual inspection
  • Causality (Seeq Add-on tool): generation of causal maps to guide cause and effect determination for large number of signals or complex processes


Figure 3: Causal Map Identifying Cause and Effect for Flotation Level Signals in a Mineral Concentrator Process

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Hi Amanda,

Thank you for your question! The causality capability is part of Seeq ML, which is a component of the Seeq Process Health solution. The add-on tools that are part of this solution are not open source, which is why you don't see them on the open-source add-on gallery.

Let us know what process or analytics challenge you are working to solve and we may be able to direct you to one of the open-source add-on tools that would work for you. Or, if you'd like to let know more about the Process Health Solution, you can check out this site and/or reach out to your account team - https://engage.seeq.com/process-health-solution

Please let us know any further questions - thanks again!


Product GTM Director

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