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TN - 1051 Create a guided analytics model in InSight

Description

 

This article from InSource shows how to create a guided analytics model in InSight (cloud).

  • Author: Lewis Talley
  • Published: 12/10/2020
  • Applies to: InSight (various)

Details

locate the asset you wish to add a guided analytics model on. In this case browsed from the Asset hierarchy, but there are other ways to get to this screen:

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Next select the "add guided analytics model" selection from the asset actions menu as shown:

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select the tags you wish to add to the model:

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Now give the guided analytics model a name and a training window:

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Next we will add a filter to tell the model to ignore monitoring the variables when the asset is not running.  In my case I assumed that when the current was below 35 amps I want to assume my asset is not under load and I do no want the data to be considered in the model.

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You can also add an operational mode indicator at the next step, but I did not add one in this example so now we see the summary screen:

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The end result that gets created shows an anomaly score with all of the contributing variables and the score ranges from 0-100 based on how much that variable contributed to the anomaly score.  The higher score indicates likely where the problem came from:

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