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Description

The Time Series component provides an efficient way to visualize data from a variety of different data sources as chart data. Time series chart requires that the X axis of the chart represents time and the Y axis represents values. The Time Series Chart includes the following features:

  • Zoom or pan in and out via mouse wheel interaction.
  • X-Trace display showing data at the hovered time position.
  • Multiple chart display types (Area, Bar, Line, and Scatter).
  • Multiple Y axes with the ability to align to the left or right side of the chart.
  • Multiple plots as well as multiple trends per plot.
  • Baselines and markers.
  • Custom axes.
  • Time range showing the overall range of the data being displayed in the chart
  • Simple display customization for the axes, different trend display types, baselines, and markers.
  • Label and Title properties have their own dedicate styling properties, such as color and size.

By default, the charts contain example data, but typically a tag history binding or named query binding will be used to feed data to the charts.

The Chart Range Selector provides a complement to this chart. The Time Series Chart and Chart Range Selector components are most powerful when paired together.

Properties

Most Properties have binding options. For more information on Bindings, see Types of Bindings in Perspective.
This section only documents the Props Category of properties. The other Categories are described on the Perspective Component Properties page.

NameDescriptionProperty Type

enablePanZoom


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Allows the chart to be panned and zoomed. The chart cannot be zoomed out past its base range.

value: boolean


series

A list of series entries used as the base data source for the chart display. Each series will be a new line drawn on the chart. At a minimum, the Time Series component requires at least one complete series entry to display data. With no other configuration provided, an initial display will be created from the series data (required). Each series entry requires the following properties:

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DescriptionProperty Type
nameThe name of the series. A name must be provided or one will be added. This will also be used as the label of the auto-generated Y axis in the chart (required).value: string
data

Data can be an object containing a time entry and value entries (all must be numbers) (required).

Each value entry must be labeled with the column name to which it corresponds. Data can also be an array containing value entries (all must be numbers). Each value entry consists of a timestamp (which must be the first value) and one or more values that were captured at that time. Finally, data can also be in the form of a DataSet, for example, the data property can be bound to a Tag History binding to display either realtime data, or historical data (via start and end dates).


When using a dataset, the Time column should be the first column.

object or array
array
plots

A list of plots (subplots) for the chart. At least one entry is required. Plot entries contain properties that allow much finer control over the way that the series data can be displayed. Each plot will be represented by its own row in the component (plots always stretch to fill the width of the chart). A plot contains the following properties:


NameDescriptionProperty Type
trends

If specified, a trend will become the display mechanism for the plot in which it resides. It describes the way that the data should look, and provides different display types as opposed to the line display type that is provided when building from series data. Multiple trends will be built on top of each other in the same plot. An axis will be generated for each trend, unless they share a common axis (either custom created, or generated from series data). A trend contains the following properties: (optional)

 Click here to see the trends properties
NameDescriptionProperty Type
visibleIf specified, this is the visible state of the trend. If not visible, the trend data will be hidden, but the time range of the trend will still be represented in the overall time range of the plot.value: boolean
type

The type of chart to create (required). Options are area, bar, line, and scatter.

value: string dropdown
seriesThe series used to feed data to this trend (required).value: string
interpolation

The type of curve that should be used to draw the line portion of the chart. Options are: curveBasis, curveBasisOpen, curveCardinal, curveCardinalOpen, curveCatmullRom, curveCatmullRomOpen, curveLinear, curveMonotoneX, curve MonotoneY, curveNatural, curveStep, curveStepAfter, curveStepBefore.

More information on the interpolation methods above can be found in D3's documentation

value: string dropdown
breakLine

This property will be available when a trend of type line is being used. If true, the line will be broken on either side of bad/missing data values. If false, bad/missing data values are removed and the adjoining points are connected.

value: boolean
stack

This property will be available when a trend of type area or bar is being used. If true, the multiple columns of the chart will stack on top of each other.

value: boolean
axis

If specified, the name of an axis that is described in the axesproperty of the plot to which this trend belongs. This axis will be used as the Y axis for the trend.

value: string
radius

This property will be available when a trend of type scatter is being used. A number specifying the radius (in pixels) of the displaying points.

value: numeric
columns

If provided, only the columns in this list will be shown. Any style properties provided here will also override any existing style currently in place. A column contains the following properties:

NameDescriptionProperty Type
keyThis needs to match a column name from the series to which this trend is bound (required). Once in place, this will allow the style configuration provided here to override the styles provided in the defaultStyles property.value: string
colorIf provided, this value will override any previous color values for the column (both stroke and fill). Can be chosen from color wheel, chosen from color palette, or entered as RGB or HSL value. See Color Selector.value: string
styles

If provided, the styles for the state values listed here will override any previous state values. The state value options are:

NameDescriptionProperty Type
normal

Takes the same configuration options as the same named state value under the defaultStyles property.

object
highlighted

 Takes the same configuration options as the same named state value under the defaultStyles property.

object
selected

Takes the same configuration options as the same named state value under the defaultStyles property.

object
muted

Takes the same configuration options as the same named state value under the defaultStyles property.

object
object
array
baselines

If specified, a line will be drawn on the trend based upon a given type of functionality. Options as follows:

NameDescriptionProperty Type
visibleWhether the baseline is visible or not.value: boolean
function

The type of baseline that will be drawn (required). Options are min, max, avg, ucl (upper control limit), and lcl (lower control limit).

value: string
columnThe column against which the baseline should be calculated. If not specified, the first column in the series to which the trend is bound will be used.value: string
axisThe axis against which the baseline should be calculated. The trend must be bound to an axis for this to work correctly.value: string
colorThe color of the line. Can be chosen from color wheel, chosen from color palette, or entered as RGB or HSL value. See Color Selector.value: string
widthThe width of the line, in pixels.value: numeric
opacityThe opacity of the line, ranging from 0 to 1. 0 is fully transparent, 1 is fully opaque.value: numeric
dashArrayThe dashed appearance (SVG dashed array) of the line. The pattern of dashes and gaps used to paint the stroke. It's a list of space separated lengths (in pixels) and percentages (percentage of the total stroke length) that specify the lengths of alternating dashes and gaps. If an odd number of values is provided, then the list of values is repeated to yield an even number of values. Thus, "5,3,2" is equivalent to "5,3,2,5,3,2".value: numeric
label

The configuration used for the label drawn on the baseline.

NameDescriptionProperty Type
textThe label text.value: string
positionThe position of the label relative to the baseline.value: string
font

The font style for the label.

NameDescriptionProperty Type
colorThe color of the label text.value: string
sizeThe font size, in pixels, of the label text.value: numeric
object
styleCustom CSS styles to apply to the baseline label. Any style that applies to an SVG text element can be used. See also style options.object
object
styleCustom CSS styles to apply to the line portion of the baseline. Any style that applies to an SVG line element can be used. See also style options.object

array
axes

A list of axis entries for that can be used for the plot. These can be used to override the Y Axis that is generated based on data in the series to which each trend is bound. An axis entry has the following properties.

 Click here to see the axes properities
NameDescriptionProperty Type
nameThe name of the axis (required). Also used as the display label of the axis.value: string
min

The minimum value of the axis (required).

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The minimum range value of the axis. If no value is specified, auto range will be used. A minimum value will be calculated from the data bound to this axis. 

value: numeric
max

The maximum value of the axis (required).

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The maximum range value of the axis. If no value is specified, auto range will be used. A maximum value will be calculated from the data bound to this axis

value: numeric
alignmentThe side of the trend upon which the axis should be presented (required).value: string
widthThe width of the axis, in pixels (required).value: numeric
label

The configuration of the Y axis label.

NameDescriptionProperty Type
visibleWhether or not the label is visible.value: boolean
textThe text for the label.value: string
offsetOffset the Y axis label from its default position. This allows you to fine tune the label location, which may be necessary depending on the scale and how much room the tick labels take up. This may be positive or negative.value: numeric
font

The settings for the label's font.

NameDescriptionProperty Type
colorThe color of the label text.value: string
sizeThe font size, in pixels, of the label text.value: numeric
object
styleCustom CSS styles to apply to the Y axis label. Any style that applies to an SVG text element can be used. See also style options.object
object
tick

The configuration for the ticks drawn on the axis.

NameDescriptionProperty Type
colorThe color of the ticks. Can be chosen from color wheel, chosen from color palette, or entered as RGB or HSL value. See Color Selector.value: string
label

The settings for the label on the tick.

NameDescriptionProperty Type
font

The font style for the label.

NameDescriptionProperty Type
colorThe color of the label text.value: string
sizeThe font size, in pixels, of the label text.value: numeric
object
styleCustom CSS styles to apply to the baseline label. Any style that applies to an SVG text element can be used. See also style options.object
object
styleCustom CSS styles to apply to the ticks. Any style that applies to an SVG text element can be used. See also style options.object
object


array
markers

Settings for the markers, a list of visual indicators that can be added to the plot (optional). These are meant to draw emphasis to the data. In this first release, the line marker will be the only available option.

 Click here to see the markers properties
NameDescriptionProperty Type
visibleIndicates whether or not the marker is visible.  value: boolean
valueThe numeric value represented by the marker.value: numeric
typeThe type of marker. Currently the only option is line.value: string
axisThe axis against which the marker should be drawn (required).value: string
line

The configuration for the line portion of the marker.

NameDescriptionProperty Type
widthThe width of the marker line, in pixels.value: numeric
colorThe color of the marker line. Can be chosen from color wheel, chosen from color palette, or entered as RGB or HSL value. See Color Selector.value: string
opacityThe opacity of the marker line, ranging from 0 to 1. 0 is fully transparent, 1 is fully opaque.value: numeric
dashArrayThe pattern of dashes and gaps (SVG dashed array) used to paint the marker line. It's a list of space separated lengths (in pixels) and percentages (percentage of the total stroke length) that specify the lengths of alternating dashes and gaps. If an odd number of values is provided, then the list of values is repeated to yield an even number of values. Thus, "5 3 2" is equivalent to "5 3 2 5 3 2".value: numeric
label

The configuration for marker's label.

NameDescriptionProperty Type
textThe marker label text.value: string
positionThe position of the label relative to the line.value: string
font

The font settings for the label.

NameDescriptionProperty Type
colorThe color of the label text. Can be chosen from color wheel, chosen from color palette, or entered as RGB or HSL value. See Color Selector.value: string
sizeThe font size, in pixels, of the label text.value: numeric
styleCustom CSS styles to apply to the marker label. Any style that applies to an SVG text element can be used. See also style options.object
object
styleCustom CSS styles to apply to the marker line. Any style that applies to an SVG line element can be used. See also style options.object


object
style

Custom CSS styles to apply to the marker line. Any style that applies to an SVG line element can be used. See also style options.

object
object


array
array
title

Settings for the title of the chart.

 Click here to see the title properties
NameDescriptionProperty Type
visibleIndicates whether or not the title is visible. Default is false. value: boolean
textText for the title of the chart.value: string
heightThe vertical space taken up by the title.value: numeric
font

Title font configuration. Options as follows:

NameDescriptionProperty Type
colorColor of the title text. Can be chosen from color wheel, chosen from color palette, or entered as RGB or HSL value. See Color Selector.value: string
sizeThe font size, in pixels, of the title text.value: numeric
object
styleSets a style for the title. Full menu of style options is available for text, background, margin and padding, border, shape and miscellaneous. You can also specify a style class.object
object
timeAxis

This property provides settings for the X Axis. Note that multiple plots share the same axis. (required)

NameDescriptionProperty Type
visibleThe visible state of the the axis.value: boolean
tickCountThe number of ticks on the axis (as a multiple of 2, 5, or 10).value: numeric
heightThe height of the axis.value: numeric
colorThe color of the axis. Can be chosen from color wheel, chosen from color palette, or entered as RGB or HSL value. See Color Selector.value: string
tick

The configuration of the ticks on the axis.

 Click here to see tick properties
NameDescriptionProperty Type
colorThe color of the ticks. Can be chosen from color wheel, chosen from color palette, or entered as RGB or HSL value. See Color Selector.value: string
label

The configuration of the label drawn on the tick.

NameDescriptionProperty Type
angledIf set to true, the tick labels will be angled rather than horizontal.value: boolean

format

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The date/time format displayed by each tick using a MomentjS date string (https://momentjs.com/). 

Default is “Auto”, where the property attempts to figure out the best format. 

For a listing of suggested formats, refer to https://momentjs.com/docs/#/parsing/string-format/

value: string

font

The settings for the label's font.

NameDescriptionProperty Type
colorColor of the label text.value: string
sizeThe font size, in pixels, of the label text.value: numeric


object
style

Custom CSS styles to apply to the tick labels. Any style that applies to an SVG text element can be used. See also style options.

object

object
style

A style object containing properties which are applied to the horizontal line of the axis. Any property that would apply to an SVG line element can be used here. See also style options.

object
object
timeRange

An object describing the presentation of the time range display below the chart. The following properties are available:

NameDescriptionProperty Type
visibleThe visible state of the time range display as a whole.value: boolean
dateFormatThe date format of the range using a MomentJS date string.value: string
timeFormatThe time format of the range using a MomentJS date string.value: string
object
xTrace

Configuration to build the x-trace display when hovering over the chart.

 Click here to see the xTrace properties.
NameDescriptionProperty Type

value

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A read only timestamp representing the current x-trace position. If there is no active x-trace position, this value will be an empty string.

value: string

visibleThe visible state of the x-trace display.value: boolean
infoBox

Configuration to build the box portion of the x-trace display.

NameDescriptionProperty Type
visibleThe visible state of the box.value: boolean
showTimeWhether to display the timestamp of the current X Trace value above the info box.value: boolean
widthWidth of the info box, in pixels.value: numeric

dateFormat

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The date format of the xtrace date/time display using a Momentjs date string (https://momentjscom/). Options are: [7-18-2019], [2019-7-18], [07-18-2019], [2019-07-18], [Jul 18th 19], [Jul 18th 2019], or none.

value: string

timeFormat

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The time format of the xtrace date/time display using a MomentJS time string (https://momentjs.com/). Options are: 12 hour [8:41:06], 12 hour w/ period [8:41:06 AM], 24 hour [08:41:06], 24 hour w/milliseconds [08:41:06:269], Unix Millisecond Timestamp [1563464737269], Unix Timestamp [1563464737], or none.

value: string

dataFormat

A NumeralJS value used to format the data found at the current timestamp of the X Trace display. See numeral.js for a list of available data formats. Options are: number [1,000.12], integer [1,200], four decimal precision [1.1200], percent [10.12%], scientific [1.01E+03], accounting [$(1,000.12)], financial [(1,000.12)], currency [$1,000.12], currency (rounded) [$1,012], duration [24:01:00], abbreviation [1.2k], or ordinal [100th].

value: string
stroke

A configuration object describing the properties that will be applied to the stroke of the box display. 

NameDescriptionProperty Type
colorThe color of the box stroke. Can be chosen from color wheel, chosen from color palette, or entered as RGB or HSL value. See Color Selector.value: string
widthThe width of the box stroke, in pixels.value: numeric
opacityThe opacity of the box stroke, ranging from 0 to 1. 0 is fully transparent, 1 is fully opaque.value: numeric
dashArrayThe dashed appearance (SVG dashed array) of the box stroke. It's a list of space separated lengths (in pixels) and percentages (percentage of the total stroke length) that specify the lengths of alternating dashes and gaps. If an odd number of values is provided, then the list of values is repeated to yield an even number of values. Thus, "5,3,2" is equivalent to "5,3,2,5,3,2".value: numeric
object
fill

 A configuration object describing the properties that will be applied to the fill of the box display. 

NameDescriptionProperty Type
colorThe color of the box fill. Can be chosen from color wheel, chosen from color palette, or entered as RGB or HSL value. See Color Selector.value: string
opacityThe opacity of the box fill, ranging from 0 to 1. 0 is fully transparent, 1 is fully opaque.value: numeric
object
styleCustom CSS styles to apply to the info box. Any style that applies to an SVG line element can be used. See also style options.object
object
line

 Configuration to build the vertical line portion of the x-trace display.

NameDescriptionProperty Type
visibleThe visible state of the line.value: boolean
colorThe color of the line. Can be chosen from color wheel, chosen from color palette, or entered as RGB or HSL value. See Color Selector.value: string
widthThe width of the line, in pixels.value: numeric
opacityThe opacity of the line, ranging from 0 to 1. 0 is fully transparent, 1 is fully opaque.value: numeric
dashArrayThe dashed appearance (SVG dashed array) of the line. It's a list of space separated lengths (in pixels) and percentages (percentage of the total stroke length) that specify the lengths of alternating dashes and gaps. If an odd number of values is provided, then the list of values is repeated to yield an even number of values. Thus, "5,3,2" is equivalent to "5,3,2,5,3,2".value: numeric
styleCustom CSS styles to apply to the line. Any style that applies to an SVG line element can be used. See also style options.object
value: string
object

legend

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Configuration for the display and position of the legend for the Time Series Chart.

NameDescriptionProperty Type
visibleThe visible state of the legend. Default is false.value: boolean
positionThe position of the legend. Options are top, right, bottom, or left.value: dropdown string
styleA style object containing properties which are applied to the legend. See also style options. You can also specify a style class.object

object

defaultStyles

An object providing style settings to the chart trends as a whole. 

 Click here to see the defaultStyles properties
NameDescriptionProperty Type
colorScheme

Specifies a Color Brewer color scheme to use on the series. See ColorBrewer2.org for available color schemes.

value: string
colors

A list of colors to apply to the columns (in order) for each trend. If these values are provided, they will override the value provided for the colorScheme.

value: string
normal

An object providing style configuration for the “normal” state (no user interaction) of a column, or data entry, in a trend. Any color values specified here will override values set in the colorScheme or colors properties. 

NameDescriptionProperty Type
stroke

A configuration object describing the properties that will be applied to the stroke of the trend type being displayed (if applicable). The line, and area trend types will have these styles applied to them.

NameDescriptionProperty Type
widthThe width of the trend stroke, in pixels.value: numeric
opacityThe opacity of the trend stroke, ranging from 0 to 1. 0 is fully transparent, 1 is fully opaque.value: numeric
dashArrayThe dashed appearance (SVG dashed array) of the trend stroke. It's a list of space separated lengths (in pixels) and percentages (percentage of the total stroke length) that specify the lengths of alternating dashes and gaps. If an odd number of values is provided, then the list of values is repeated to yield an even number of values. Thus, "5,3,2" is equivalent to "5,3,2,5,3,2".value: numeric


object
fill

A configuration object describing the properties that will be applied to the fill of the trend type being displayed (if applicable). area, and box, and scatter trend types will have these styles applied to them.

NameDescriptionProperty Type
opacityThe opacity of the trend fill, ranging from 0 to 1. 0 is fully transparent, 1 is fully opaque.value: numeric


object
object
highlighted

An object providing style configuration for the “highlighted” state (mouse hover) of a column, or data entry, in a trend. Any color values specified here will override values set in the colorScheme or colors properties. The highlighted property uses the same configuration properties as the 'normal' property above.

NameDescriptionProperty Type
stroke

A configuration object describing the properties that will be applied to the stroke for the “highlighted” state (mouse hover) of a column, or data entry, in a trend. The line, and area trend types will have these styles applied to them.

NameDescriptionProperty Type
opacityThe opacity of the trend stroke, ranging from 0 to 1. 0 is fully transparent, 1 is fully opaque.value: numeric


object
fill

A configuration object describing the properties that will be applied to the stroke for the “highlighted” state (mouse hover) of a column, or data entry, in a trend.The area, and box, and scatter trend types will have these styles applied to them.

NameDescriptionProperty Type
opacityThe opacity of the trend fill, ranging from 0 to 1. 0 is fully transparent, 1 is fully opaque.value: numeric


object
object
selected

An object providing style configuration for the “selected” state (mouse click) of a column, or data entry, in a trend. Any color values specified here will override values set in the colorScheme or colors properties. 

NameDescriptionProperty Type
stroke

A configuration object describing the properties that will be applied to the stroke for the “selected” state (mouse hover) of a column, or data entry, in a trend. The line, and area trend types will have these styles applied to them.

NameDescriptionProperty Type
opacityThe opacity of the trend stroke, ranging from 0 to 1. 0 is fully transparent, 1 is fully opaque.value: numeric


object
fill

A configuration object describing the properties that will be applied to the stroke for the “selected” state (mouse hover) of a column, or data entry, in a trend. The area, and box, and scatter trend types will have these styles applied to them.

NameDescriptionProperty Type
opacityThe opacity of the trend fill, ranging from 0 to 1. 0 is fully transparent, 1 is fully opaque.value: numeric


object
object
muted

An object providing style configuration for the “muted” state (non selected) of a column, or data entry, in a trend. Any color values specified here will override values set in the colorScheme or colors properties. 

NameDescriptionProperty Type
stroke

A configuration object describing the properties that will be applied to the stroke for the “muted” state (mouse hover) of a column, or data entry, in a trend. The line, and area trend types will have these styles applied to them.

NameDescriptionProperty Type
opacityThe opacity of the trend stroke, ranging from 0 to 1. 0 is fully transparent, 1 is fully opaque.value: numeric


object
fill

A configuration object describing the properties that will be applied to the stroke for the “muted” state (mouse hover) of a column, or data entry, in a trend.The area, and box, and scatter trend types will have these styles applied to them.

NameDescriptionProperty Type
opacityThe opacity of the trend fill, ranging from 0 to 1. 0 is fully transparent, 1 is fully opaque.value: numeric


object
object
object

style



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Sets a style for this chart. Full menu of style options is available for text, background, margin and padding, border, shape and miscellaneous. You can also specify a style class.

object





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User Interaction

The Time Series component properties have impact on the way a user can interact with a chart in the runtime.

InteractionDescription
Zoom

The user can zoom in and out on the Time Series chart. When zoomed to any level past its base time range, the Time Series chart will display an expand icon in the upper right corner. Click on the icon to return the chart to its base range.

Pan

The user can pan across the Time Series chart. When panned past its base time range, the Time Series chart will display an expand icon in the upper right corner. Click on the icon to return the chart to its base range.

RefreshThe Time Series Chart will not refresh its time range if it is zoomed in. It maintains the zoom while polling. Click on the icon to return the chart to its base range and refresh the data.

Pinch Zoom

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On a mobile device, the user can now pinch-zoom the Time Series chart. Zooms must originate from within the boundaries of the displaying chart data.

Tracker Position

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On a mobile device, the user can move the tracker position on the Time Series chart via touch.

Perspective Component Events

The Perspective Event Types Reference page describes all the possible component event types for Perspective components. Not all component events support each Perspective component. The Component Events and Actions page shows how to configure events and actions on a Perspective component. Component scripting is handled separately and can be accessed from the Component menubar or by right clicking on the component.

Example - Tag History

This example shows how to display Tag History data on a Time Series Chart.

  1.  Begin by configuring tag history on a tag of your choice. 
  2.  From the Perspective section of the Project Browser on your Designer, right click on the Views folder and select New View... to create a new view.
  3. This will bring up the New View window. Give your view a name and select the Coordinate Root Container Type. The Page URL setting will remain unchecked for this example.



  4. From the Perspective Component Palette, drag and drop a Time Series Chart onto your newly created view. 
  5. From the Perspective Property Editor, go to the chart's series[0].data property and click on the binding icon  to bring up the Edit binding window like in the image below.
  6. Set the Time Range to be Historical. The default Start Date value is dateArithmetic(now(0), -1, 'hour') and the default End Date value is now(0) which means we will see historical data going back 1 hour from now. 



  7. For the Tag History Binding configuration, click on the Tag icon on the right of the Select Tags table and drill down to select the Tag from Step 1, then click OK



  8. Click OK on the Binding Editor window to accept the binding changes.  Now you should see a trend representative of the historical data for a Tag as shown in the image below. 

                                   



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