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You can create a time-series chart or a scatter chart.

Creating a Time-series Chart

  1. Select Analysis | Charts.

  2. From the Chart menu, select New | Chart | Time Series. The Create Time-Series Chart window appears.

  3. In the Title field, type a title for the chart.

  4. In the Style drop-down list, select either Line or Stacked Bar.

  5. In the Data sources section, click . The Select Data window appears.

  6. Click to select the data source containing interval data you want to include on the chart. When selected, a check mark will appear in the checkbox

    • Click  to open folders and view their contents.

    • If you are unable to locate the appropriate device, click More. Follow the instructions for Finding Data Sources.

  7. In the Date range section, select a date range that the chart should encompass.

    • To set a predefined date range, select the appropriate time frame in the Range field.

    • To set a specific date range, in the Start and End date fields, type the date or use the drop-down arrow to select the date from a calendar.

  8. To aggregate the data on your chart, click More and select the Aggregate data option.

  9. Click OK. The Select Data window closes.

  10. After making your selections, click OK.

Creating a Scatter Chart

  1. Select Analysis | Charts.

  2. From the Chart menu, select New | Chart | Scatter. The Create Scatter Chart window appears.

  3. Enter a title for the chart in the Title field.

  4. In the X source section, click the binoculars icon. The Select Data window appears.

  5. Select the data source whose interval data you want to include on the chart.

    • Click  to open folders and view their contents.

    • If you are unable to locate the appropriate device, click More. Follow the instructions for Finding Data Sources.

  6. In the Date range section, select a date range that the analysis should encompass.

    1. To set a predefined date range, select the appropriate time frame in the Range field.

    2. To set a specific date range, in the Start and End date fields, type the date or use the drop-down arrow to select the date from a calendar.

  7. Click OK. The Select Data window closes.

  8. In the Y source section, click the binoculars icon. The Select Data window appears.

  9. Select the data source whose interval data you want to include on the chart.

    • Click  to open folders and view their contents.

    • If you are unable to locate the appropriate device, click More. Follow the instructions for Finding Data Sources.

  10. In the Date range section, select a date range that the analysis should encompass.

    • To set a predefined date range, select the appropriate time frame in the Range field.

    • To set a specific date range, in the Start and End date fields, type the date or use the drop-down arrow to select the date from a calendar.

  11. Click OK. The Select Data window closes.

  12. To differentiate weekdays and weekend days by color, select the Color by weekday/weekend check box.

  13. After making your selections, click OK.

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