Working with charts

Working with Charts:

Welcome back to our tutorials, with AI-Dash PRO is possible to generate several kinds of charts, in this section we will have an in depth look to:

Home Page Charts

In the home page you can pre-set as many charts as you like to visualize when you access your AI-Dash PRO main page.
To add a graph on the home page you have to click on the Add Chart icon as highlighted in red below.

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Once clicked on "Add Chart" a pop-up menu will be showed, from where you can choose a Sensor Type:

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after, for that particular Sensor type, you can choose a Sensor previously configured:

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to finish you have to choose which information would you like to visualize from that sensor (i.e. "Vehicle Classification" or "Average Speed" for a Vehicle Counting sensor type) and then hit Add to visualize it!

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You can also MODIFY the charts created

After the creation of a chart onto the home page you can always:

  • Change the type of graph to visualize (i.e. Pie, line etc.) by clicking on the chart icon
  • Visualize it in full screen mode by clicking on the arrows icon
  • Delete the charts

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Single Events Charts

The simplest type of graph you can generate from AI-Dash PRO is a Single events chart. By clicking on Single Events from the Charts menu on the right hand side the follow page will be showed:

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From where you can choose:

  • Device: the device from which you'd like to get the events from
  • Sensor from the ones configured on the Device
  • Select Range the time frame on when to visualize the events which could be chosen by:

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  • Temporal Resolution in terms of minutes, hours, days, months used as a scale of visualization
  • Weather Data you can also incorporate the weather data for that specific data Range onto the chart

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If you wish to visualize JUST THE DATA from a specific device's sensor

you can simply un-flag the Chart option from the menu, as highlighted in green!

Once generated the charts (or the data) can always be exported in:

  • PDF format, the report is alway generated in HTML format and the printed to PDF as default or you can choose any other format.
  • CSV format, all the data contained in this file are in "RAW-DATA" format.
  • or Download the PNG file of the Chart.

TEMPORAL RESOLUTION: please note some sensor can generate a huge amount of data, hence for processing reasons there are some limitations between the Range and the Temporal Resolution in order to avoid endless computation time.
For example if you want to generate a chart on a temporal resolution of MINUTE on a range of a MONTH that won't generate any results.

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Sided Events Charts

Sided events feature allows you to create, show and modify events generated from two devices (different or same) and two sensors.
The menu will have the same choices as the single events

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  • Device: the device from which you'd like to get the events from
  • Sensor from the ones configured on the Device
  • Select Range the time frame on when to visualize the events which could be chosen by:
  • Temporal Resolution in terms of minutes, hours, days, months used as a scale of visualization
  • Weather Data you can also incorporate the weather data for that specific data Range onto the chart

below an example of sided charts

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Once generated the charts (or the data) can always be exported in:

  • PDF format, the report is alway generated in HTML format and the printed to PDF as default or you can choose any other format.
  • CSV format, all the data contained in this file are in "RAW-DATA" format.
  • or Download the PNG file of the Chart.

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Survey Charts

AI-Dash PRO is also able to generate a Survey chart to give you an events overview spread on a "SET" time range:

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The menu will be divided as follow:

  • Sensor Type: the type of sensor you wish to get information from
  • Device: the device from which you'd like to get the events from
  • Sensor from the ones configured on the Device
  • Select Range the time frame on when to visualize the events

After all the menu fields are set, you can just press Submit to generate the chart or press Reset to restart.

below an example of Survey Chart

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Once generated the charts (or the data) can always be exported in:

  • PDF format, the report is alway generated in HTML format and the printed to PDF as default or you can choose any other format.
  • CSV format, all the data contained in this file are in "RAW-DATA" format.
  • or Download the PNG file of the Chart.

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Comparative Charts

Comparative charts allows you to create, show and modify events generated from ONE sensor type and two different sensors, which will be showed on the same graph.
In order to generate a Comparative Chart you should choose the:

  • Sensor Type: the type of sensor you wish to get information from

After the common menu for the two sensor will be divided as follow:

  • Device: the device from which you'd like to get the events from
  • Sensor from the ones configured on the Device
  • Select Range the time frame on when to visualize the events
  • Temporal Resolution in terms of minutes, hours, days, months used as a scale of visualization
  • Weather Data you can also incorporate the weather data for that specific data Range onto the chart

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you can visualize the result in different format by clicking on the type of charts on top of the generated graph:

  • Bar
  • Line
  • Area
  • Pie

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Once generated the charts (or the data) can always be exported in:

  • PDF format, the report is alway generated in HTML format and the printed to PDF as default or you can choose any other format.
  • CSV format, all the data contained in this file are in "RAW-DATA" format.
  • or Download the PNG file of the Chart.

Well done, you are now a Master of Charts!

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