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The Report Function gives numerical comparisons between two values on the same shovel or group of shovels for specified date ranges

Step 1:Report Parameters

Report Selection
Report Select Value 1

Step 2:View Report Results

report results
Report Select Value 2
report select dates

Step 3:View Distribution of Data

report distribution plot

Step 1: Choose Report Parameters

This is the Report Parameters Window, for a detailed look, scroll down, or skip to step 2.

 

Report Selection
Report Select Shovel
Report Select Value 1

First, choose the Shovel to report on, or choose the entire fleet

Now Select the first value for your comparison. In this case, we select Transformer 1 Maximum Temperature.

Report Select Value 2

For Value 2, we’ll select Transformer 2 Maximum Temperature.

 

report select dates

We now select the date range. Checking “Entire Database” means all records will be searched.

The start and end dates are preloaded with the actual database range.  This should give you a good idea of what’s possible.

Run Report Button

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Hit the “Run Report” Button and we will be running a report of the relationship between “Transformer 1 Maximum Temperature and Transformer 2 Maximum Temperature for shovel 1 between 1Jan2005 and 31July2005”.

Step 2: View the Report

The results show the maximum and average differences, which runs warmer, the date and time of the maximum deviation, and what the values were at the time of the max deviation.

report results

The report can then be copied and pasted to your word processor program by selecting the text and hitting ‘Control C’, then go to your word processor and ‘Paste’

Show DistPlot Button

By hitting the “Plot Distribution” button, the temperature difference distribution is plotted. The below plot shows that most times, the temperature rise on the two transformers is within about 5 degrees C.

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Step 3: View Distribution Plot

report distribution plot

The distribution plot shows for each increment of temperature difference, how many occurrences were used in the report.  It can be valuable tool in qualifying your data and knowing when to take some action.

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