Uploading my historical measurements

In this part of the guide, we will show you how to experience Predictto with your historical measurements without having to establish a connection to external sources. To do this, follow these simple steps in DataLab.

The file should have 2 columns: “date” and “value.” (You can download the sample file to get an idea). Once the file is uploaded, you will see a table with the data and you can choose the maximum and minimum values you want for a rapid analysis.

Then, if you want to store the data in the Predictto cloud, you can associate an asset through a meter or create a new one, depending on your reason for uploading the file.

Uploading my failure histories

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

The file should have 1 column: “date.” (You can download the sample file to get an idea.) Once the file is uploaded, you will see a bar graph with the data and you can choose the start and finish dates as well as organize the histogram for the periods that you want (periods of 1, 2, 5, 15, 30 days or more).

Then, if you want to store the data in the Predictto cloud, you can associate an asset through a failure mode or create a new one, depending on your reason for uploading the file. Before storing data, indicate the asset’s origin date.

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