SumSeries

Description

Returns the sum of the input time series list at each time sample.

Input

Time Series – multiple (Single or multiple time series.)

Parameters

 None

 

Output

 Sum Time Series - single

Available in

 Alerts + Composite + Dashboards

The SumSeries function is among the most commonly used functions in Anodot. It provides the most straightforward way to sum a group of time series, resulting in a single time series. This is useful whenever you want to monitor the summed behaviour of multiple metrics. 

For example, the following metrics track the average traffic volume in different road segments:

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Note that the graph displays only 10 out of 99 total metrics:

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Upon applying the SumSeries function, the result is a single time series:

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And the graph displays the sum of all time samples across all 99 metrics: 

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Note: An identical result can be achieved by using the GroupBy function, with Sum aggregation over the measurement ("What"): 

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