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The Predictto laboratory: DataLab
The Predictto laboratory: DataLab
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Uploading my historical measurements

IIn this part of the guide we will show you how to experiment Predictto with your historical measurements, without the need to establish a connection to external sources. To do this you just need to follow the following simple steps in DataLab.

The file must have 2 columns: 'date' and 'value'. (You can download the example file to get an idea). Once you have uploaded the file, a table with the data will be shown, and you will be able to choose the maximum and minimum values you want to have a quick analysis.

Finally, if you want to store the data in the Predictto cloud, you can associate it with an asset through a meter, or create a new one, depending on your intention when uploading the file.

Uploading my failure records

In this part of the guide we will show you how to experiment Predictto with your historical failure records, without the need to establish a connection to external sources. To do this you just need to follow the following simple steps in DataLab.

The file must have 1 column: 'date'. (You can download the sample file to get an idea). Once you have uploaded the file, a bar chart will be displayed with the data, allowing you to choose the start and end dates, as well as to sort the histogram into the periods you want (Periods of 1,2,5,15,30 or more days).

Finally, if you want to store the data in the Predictto cloud, you can associate it to an asset through a failure mode, or create a new one, depending on your intention when uploading the file. Before storing the data, you must indicate the date of origin of the asset.

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