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Start Date and Interval

To Change the Start Date

To Change the Data Interval

Examples

To Change the Start Date of a Graph's Time Period

The Start Date is the date of graph's first data point.

Note:The Graph window defaults to displaying the current day’s data.

Changing the Start Date

In the field in the Live View [Site name] window, shown in Figure 1079 below:

Figure 1079

Start Date Field- Graph

Either:

Click on the calendar icon to select a Start date.

Or:

Manually enter a Start date into the Date: box in the form: yyyy-mm-dd.

See Figure 1079 above:

In this example, the Start Date has been changed to the 15th June 2018.

To Change the Data Interval

The Data Interval is the date range of the data displayed on the graph.

Note:The Graph window defaults to displaying the current day’s data.

Changing the Data Interval

1.Select Day, Week, Month, 3 Months, 6 Months or Year from the drop-down list shown in Figure 1080 below:

Figure 1080

Date Interval Drop Down Menu

 

To view data for an interval of a Week, enter, or select from the calendar, a date that is a week or more prior to the current date.

To view data for an interval of a Month, enter, or select from the calendar, a date that is a month or more prior to the current date.

Similarly, to view data for intervals of 3 Months, 6 Months or a Year, select dates from the calendar that are, respectively, 3 months or more, 6 months or more or a year or more prior to the current date.

2.Click on the Submit button to generate a graph with the selected parameters applied.

The graph is displayed for data over the chosen Data Interval and from the Start Date.

Examples

For an example of data with a Start Date of 7th June and an Interval of a week. See Figure 1081 below:

Figure 1081

Graph Start Date Interval 1 Week

For an example of data with a Start Date of 1st March and an Interval of a Month. See Figure 1082 below:

Figure 1082