In this section you will find all of the predictive models calculated for different devices. It shows the name of the grouped data (assigned by the user), the type of analysis used in the model, the creation or calculation date of the model, and the start and finish dates of the considered data, as well as the amount of data used. By clicking on the SEE DIAGNOSTIC button, you will enter the Diagnostics page of your model where you will see detailed information about the predictive model.
In this section you can do tests, uploading files with measurements of a variable monitored during a period of time, or failure records. This data can be associated with a new or existing asset and will allow you to calculate predictive models with data uploaded through ModelLab.
In this section you can select the parameters that will allow you to calculate a new predictive model. It’s important to be clear on what type of analysis you want to use and we recommend that you review the first part of this guide, if you haven’t already. For more details about how to build the model to calculate, review the section “Creating a predictive model” of this guide. You can find the already calculated models in the “Predictive models” section. In this section you can also synchronize your asset information with Fracttal and also with external sources (like meters) that are integrated with your Predictto account.