Data Tables

The Table Module is where you will find a customizable list of data points collected from any sensor within your network. Filter the data viewed by selecting a time frame, metric/unit, and applying custom metric related filters. 

 

Step 1: Data 

Navigate to the Data Analytic Modules by pressing "Data" at the top of the screen.

Step 2: Table

Navigate to the Table sub-module by pressing "Table".

Step 3:  Select Sensors

The Tabs in section 3 will show the Sensors available to display data. Press the "Add Sensor" button to open the Sensor Selection Tool and add a sensor to the list. Once a sensor is added, it will show up as an available tab within the section.

Step 4:  Select Data

The tool shown in section 4 allows you to filter the data that will populate your list. Time range, additional metrics, and custom filters can all be applied here. Adjusting the settings in this section will only apply to the sensor in the tab selected.

A:  Date/Time Selector

Here you will see the time range applied to the data in your list. Press on the date to open the Date/Time Selection Tool and adjust the time frame to the desired range. 

B:  Link Dates

By toggling "Link date ranges for all sensors", the selected date ranges for all sensor tabs will snap to the same range as the current sensor.

C:  Metrics

Here you are able to select which metrics are displayed for the current sensor tab. Click the  to add additional metrics to the view. Click  to delete it.

D:  Filters

Custom metric related filters can be applied here. If two filters are applied, a button will appear giving the option to use "All filter criteria must be met for each observation" or "Only one filter criteria must be met for each observation". Which ever statement is displayed will be the setting that is currently applied.

Step 5:  View Data

Section 5 will show all the data that meets the criteria set in Step 4. Metrics that have been added will show up as columns to the right of the time stamp. Ascending and descending order can be applied to any column to organize that data in a particular way.

Step 6:  Export

Export all Data filtered into section 5 to a CSV or Excel file using the  or  buttons.

Step 7:  Delete

Click on any data point and the "Delete Selected Observation" button will become available. Press the button to delete the highlighted points. 

Warning! This will permanently delete the data point from the server.

 

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