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Time components

Time components visually represent data using selected time slices segregated by hours, days, weeks, months, and so on. You can display and present time components in many formats including area, bar, and line charts. They're also available in stacked and 100% stacked formats, which enable you to portray the data in comparative context.

Within a single time component, you can have multiple independent series, each retrieved from different a data source if required. You can also set up a calculated series, which is a new series based on a mathematical expression that uses values from the other series as parameters. When using a calculated series, you have the option to hide any series used in the calculation.

Time-component series

Follow the next procedure to define a time-component series. Time components can display multiple, independent series at one time, meaning you can view data from multiple data sources within a single time component if desired.

Calculated series

A calculated series enables you to create a new series for the time component based on a mathematical expression that uses values from the other series as parameters. For example, this type of series is useful when combining incidents or graphing percentage lines from separate service desks into a single chart.

When using a calculated series, you have the option to hide any series used in the calculation.


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