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Threshold Charts

With the latest KaiNexus update, we’ve introduced Threshold Charts! You can build a Threshold Chart to get notified if a data point crosses some Threshold - like a baseline, target, or goal.

These thresholds can be used to add a Goal to the Chart and track how things are progressing.

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You can either create a new Threshold Chart or edit an existing Bar/Line Chart to add threshold information.

Either way, navigate to the Chart with which you want to work, then:

  • Click 2018-05-01_2326.png in the top right corner of the page.

  • Click 2017-12-27_1621.png in the resulting drop-down menu.

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In the resulting window:

  • Either create a new series to serve as the threshold by clicking 2018-05-02_1416.png near the top left corner of the window, or click 2018-05-02_1417.png to an existing series to edit it.

  • In the resulting window, create or edit the threshold series:

    • Give it a name and, optionally, a description.

    • Under “Type,” make sure that “Threshold Line” is selected.

    • Decide whether you want the target to be greater or less than the actual data points.

    • Pick the color that should be shown on the “Actual” series if the target is not met.

    • In the “First Threshold” section:

      • Give this threshold sub-series a name in the “Title” field.

      • Pick the color that should be shown on the “Actual” series if the target is met.

      • Check “Flag if Target is not met” if you want the Chart to be flagged for attention if the “actual” series fails to meet this target.

      • Specify the threshold line’s color and decide whether it should be signified with a dashed line and/or whether its markers should be shown.

    • (**Optional**) Check the box next to “Second Threshold” if you want to add a secondary threshold. The secondary threshold’s options will then appear. Fill out each field as described above.

    • (**Optional**) Check the box next to “Third Threshold” if you want to add a tertiary threshold. The tertiary threshold’s options will then appear. Fill out each field as described above.

    • (**Optional**) Check the box next to “Baseline Threshold” if you want to add a baseline threshold. The baseline threshold’s options will then appear. Fill out each field as described above.

    • If you’re working with a new Threshold Chart, click 2018-05-02_1430.png. This will save the threshold Series and automatically open a new “New Series” window that you can use to create the “actual” series.

      If you’re working with an existing Bar/Line Chart, click 2018-04-30_1131.png. You will need to manually create or edit a bar/line series that should be compared to the threshold.

  • As stated previously, you now need to create or edit a new bar/line series as detailed above. In the resulting window:

    • Create the bar/line series as you normally would, deciding its type, appearance, y-axis, and, if necessary, operator.

    • Add the threshold series to which this “actual” series should be compared to the“Target Threshold” field.

    • When finished, click 2018-04-30_1131.png.

  • Back on the main “Edit Chart” window, click 2018-04-30_1131.png.

 

Don't forget that you can add a Goal to any of your Threshold Charts.

 

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