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Graphs are plotted automatically for all numeric values from the Data table.

The possibility to add graphs is used in the following cases:

  • the needed graph was removed;
  • data structure has been changed and new metrics start to come;
  • a multigraph (several graphs on a single panel) needs to be plotted;
  • a graph for a metric of another object needs to be plotted;
  • a graph based on math operations needs to be plotted.

These cases can be combined.

Adding a new graph

In order to add a new graph it is necessary to:

1. Click the button  over the list of graphs.
    The panel with the current object and its numeric metrics will appear:

2. Select the metric from the current object or any other one.

    There are two ways to select a metric from the current object:

  • to click on the needed metric;
  • to start entering the name of the metric in double curly braces into the field Formula, and select the metric from the filtered list.

    There are two ways to select a metric from another object:

  • to select the object from the dropdown list, then to select the metric;
  • to enter the object ID and the metric name, separated with colon, in double curly braces into the field Formula, for example {{5a0954cbe3c02d7029c717c4:MEM.percentUsed}}.


3. Сlick the button 

The objects in the dropdown list are sorted with the following way:

  1. The current object.
  2. Its child objects from all of the levels in alphabetical order.
  3. Its child links from all of the levels in alphabetical order.
  4. Other objects in alphabetical order.
  5. Other links in alphabetical order.

Adding a multigraph 

In order to add a multigraph, several constants or metrics from the current object or any other ones must be selected, using  and  buttons:

Formulas in the head of the graph are in the same order as during the setting.


Multigraphs can be used to plot additional graphs for constant values, for instance, to display max and min levels for metrics:

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