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Products: AS-B, Edge Server, Enterprise Central, Enterprise Server, AS-P, WorkStation, Virtual Project Servers
Functionalities: Trends
Product version: 2023, 2024

Trend Chart Axes

The x-axis of the trend chart represents time. The time span of the axis can be set with a fixed start and end time or with an end time relative to the present time. The axis can be quick-scaled to show the last hour, last day, last month, or last year​.

action_zoom_plus_stroke Absolute time span and relative time span, schematic

Absolute time span and relative time span, schematic

The y-axis refers to the measurement unit that the variable represents. The scale of the y-axis can be set manually or by auto scale. You can configure the trend chart to present series on one y-axis or two y-axes, one to the left and one to the right. Use two y-axes to present series with different ranges in the same trend chart.

action_zoom_plus_stroke One y-axis and two y-axes, schematic

One y-axis and two y-axes, schematic

To make reading easier, grid lines can be shown in the trend chart. Grid lines can be shown in both the x- and y-direction, independent of each other.

action_zoom_plus_stroke Grid lines, schematic

Grid lines, schematic

  • Trend Charts
  • Trends Overview
  • Configuring a Trend Chart
  • Editing the Trend Chart Settings
  • Configuring the X-Axis with a Relative Time Span
  • Configuring the X-Axis with an Absolute Time Span
  • Automatically Configuring the Y-Axis Scale
  • Scrolling the Trend Chart X-Axis to the Current Time
  • Showing Trend Chart Grid Lines
  • Assigning a Series to a Y-Axis
  • Trend Chart Settings Dialog Box – Axes Tab
  • Trend Chart View