Returns the percentage of each sample at time t in the input time series of the value of the 'Total' parameter. If ‘Total' is not specified, it is computed as the sum of all samples at time t from all input time series. 


Series List: Multiple  



 Optional, numeric (Total of series values)


 Transformed Time Series: Multiple

Available in

 Alerts, Composite, Dashboards

Applying the AsPercent function on top of more than one metric shows the contribution of each metric to the total as a percentage. 

Usage example 1: 

The revenue from Channel X is normally 40 to 50% of total income. An anomaly in this case will be detected if the revenue from Channel X drops to 20% of the total income. 

Usage example  2: 

The graph below presents the percentage of visitors to a website coming from 2 sources: 

  • Web - normal range: 40 to 50% 
  • Desktop - normal range: 50 to 60% 

Total: 100% 

The graph shows that around mid-April, the percentage of visitors coming from the web was much higher than usual and the desktop visitor percentage was much lower. 

  • Web - anomaly range: 55 to 75% 
  • Desktop - anomaly range: 15 to 45% 

Total: 100% 


Parameter: Optional. Leave the parameter empty if the data covers 100% of the measure. 

For example: There are 2200 active users in total, coming from 3 regions: USA, UK and China. 

  • Option 1: Anodot includes the data for all the regions - leave the parameter empty. 
  • Option 2: Anodot includes the data only for the USA and UK - Enter "2200" as the Total parameter to indicate that this is 100% of the active users. 
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