Description 
Returns the sum of the input timeseries at each time sample. 

Input 
Time Series: Multiple (Single or multiple timeseries.) 

Parameters 
None 

Output 
Transformed Time Series: Single 

Available in 
Alerts, Composites, Dashboards 
The SumSeries function is one of the most commonly used in Anodot. It provides the most straightforward way to sum a group of timeseries, resulting in a single timeseries. This is useful to monitor the summed behavior of multiple metrics.
Usage example
The following metrics track the average traffic volume in different road segments:
Note that the graph displays only 10 out of 99 total metrics:
After applying the SumSeries function, the result is a single timeseries:
And the graph displays the sum of all time samples across all 99 metrics:
Note: An identical result can be achieved using the GroupBy function, with Sum aggregation over the measurement ("What"):