This article explores Site Analysis, giving users visibility over their raw data points and filtering them by their tags, tag group and time period.
Once building data is imported, templated and tagged, live and historical data is visible to users through Site Analysis.
Navigate to Site Analysis through:
→ Site Analysis
Site Analysis allows users unfiltered access to the raw data captured by the imported data points. Users can filter data by tag group, tag and time period, and can customize the display UI.
It is important to tag the data points appropriately in Site Builder or the tagging interface, as these tags are used to group and sort the data points in Site Analysis.
Using Site Analysis
The main navigation element in Site Builder is the 'Navigation' pane on the left-hand side of the screen.
Figure 26. Site Analysis Landing Page.
For each site, the tag groups make up the top-level folders and tags the equipment sub-folders. Within each tag folder are the data points associated with that tag.
Site Analysis Organization:
Tag Group → Tag → Points
Figure 27. Folder Structure - Tag Groups and Tags.
Selecting points from the list will plot them in the main window. Once a point has been selected, a suite of display options are available to through the settings menu. These options aren’t covered in this document - the best way to learn is to simply explore Site Analysis on the Platform.
Figure 28. Site Analysis Plot.