There are several tools that allow you to view aggregated data. Each is described below.
You can choose to aggregate your trending data by selecting the Edit Trends menu, choosing the trend you wish to edit, and selecting your desired Aggregate under the General section. Once the Aggregate is selected, enter your Aggregate Interval.
The Canary Excel Add-in ribbon bar offers a Processed Data option. Here you can select your tag(s), time period, aggregate, and aggregate interval. You can also choose to see a full list of all aggregates and their definitions from the Aggregate List option.
Beyond these two areas, you can also use aggregates in the Find Events and AdHoc Events tool. In both, you can create properties that allow you to view data aggregated by the time period of the event. For instance, in the below example we have added a Maximum aggregate for the tag Vibration to the event list using the command Maximum([Vibration]).
Similar to the Adhoc Events in the Excel Add-in, you can also create aggregated event properties when defining events in the Canary Admin tool.
Select the Events panel. Then, at the bottom of the screen, go to Configuration. Next, create a new event or edit an existing. You can use the Properties fields to create an aggregation of any tag within the Asset Type. In this example, we have named the property "Average RPM" and defined it with the equation "TimeAverage2([RPM])".
You also can create more complicated equations. This field supports simple math operators like "+", "-", "*", and "/", as well as a long list of math functions. In addition, you can also use multiple aggregates. For example:
TimeAverage2([Tag1]) * TimeAverage2([Tag2])