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TWE

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Oct 8, 2018

Alarm graph matrix

Hi,

I have a query which reads values of 11 variables (11 columns)  and add a row each timestamp. Now I would like to generate a visualization which looks like the pic below, green color should mean the values are in spec and red out of spec... . I could not find a way to create this alarm graph/matrix with a graph builder. I appriciate any ideas to realize this.

Thanks,

Alarm.PNG 

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ian_jmp

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Jun 23, 2011

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Re: Alarm graph matrix

Probably the simplest way would be to use Bubble Plot (run the script in the attached table):

Screen Shot 2019-01-07 at 09.37.57.png

With a bit more work you could alternatively use shape files in Graph Builder.

DavidLeber

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Sep 17, 2018

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Re: Alarm graph matrix

Another simple solution would be to use a Graph Builder heat map - there's a great example of this in the Sample Data for Graph Builder.

Heat Map.png

It's also possible to make the graph colors discrete, if that's what you want:

Heat Map 2.png

 

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ian_jmp

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Jun 23, 2011

Solution

Re: Alarm graph matrix

Probably the simplest way would be to use Bubble Plot (run the script in the attached table):

Screen Shot 2019-01-07 at 09.37.57.png

With a bit more work you could alternatively use shape files in Graph Builder.

TWE

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Oct 8, 2018

Re: Alarm graph matrix

Thank you, this will work!

DavidLeber

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Sep 17, 2018

Solution

Re: Alarm graph matrix

Another simple solution would be to use a Graph Builder heat map - there's a great example of this in the Sample Data for Graph Builder.

Heat Map.png

It's also possible to make the graph colors discrete, if that's what you want:

Heat Map 2.png

 

TWE

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Joined:

Oct 8, 2018

Re: Alarm graph matrix

Thank you this could work!