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Moving Averages

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mhayat
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Moving Averages

I am setting up some averages in ClearSCADA and for this i can see the available average algorithms are 1h, 24h and 8h Moving averages. Just wondering if i need to set up a 2h, 3h or 15m moving average, is there any way to do it as we dont have these options in the available menu.

 

i am using the following expression in my calculation point for now: ".FlowRate;1hAverage;M;5M"

 

 

 
 

 

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BevanWeiss
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Re: Moving Averages

To expand on what you've said for those coming later... you can define a large number of additional Historic Algorithms on a per-server basis (NOTE: it's best to keep servers consistent in this fashion, but it is per-server, not per-system)

 

It's possible to create both Accumulative (i.e. Runtime / Starts / 'Total type' things) as well as Moving (min, max, average, std deviation etc).

There is dedicated help available for these items.

System Administration > Server Administration > Historic and Archive Data > Historic Algorithms (Custom)

2021-03-09 14_22_25-Server Configuration [Historic Algorithms on localhost].png


Lead Control Systems Engineer for Alliance Automation (VIC).
All opinions are my own and do not represent the opinions or policies of my employer, or of my cat..

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mhayat
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Re: Moving Averages

Thanks, i found the way out.

 

We can add custom algorithms in the server configuration.

BevanWeiss
Spock
Spock

Re: Moving Averages

To expand on what you've said for those coming later... you can define a large number of additional Historic Algorithms on a per-server basis (NOTE: it's best to keep servers consistent in this fashion, but it is per-server, not per-system)

 

It's possible to create both Accumulative (i.e. Runtime / Starts / 'Total type' things) as well as Moving (min, max, average, std deviation etc).

There is dedicated help available for these items.

System Administration > Server Administration > Historic and Archive Data > Historic Algorithms (Custom)

2021-03-09 14_22_25-Server Configuration [Historic Algorithms on localhost].png


Lead Control Systems Engineer for Alliance Automation (VIC).
All opinions are my own and do not represent the opinions or policies of my employer, or of my cat..