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Updated by Andres Andresson
Displacement graphs can be created and configured in VDV
To configure displacement graphs to Setup -> Displacement Graph
Click + in the top right corner to create a new Displacement Graph
Click to add variables to the Graph.
# Select Site where the data is stored in
# Select the Baseline reading
# Click Select Variables to add Variables to the graph
# Use the controls on the right-hand side to set the location of each Variable.
# Initial Depth is optional. It will add an Anchor to the graph.
# Reference Point (Bottom/Top) is used to tell VDV where to start to calculate the Cumulative movement. Bottom=Largest Number, Top=Smallest number
# Choose Graph type.
Displacement Cumulative = VDV Calculates Cumulative Displacement and subtracts the baseline reading
Displacement Incremental = Incremental Displacement where the baseline is subtracted
Deviation Cumulative = VDV Calculates Cumulative Displacement but does not subtract the baseline reading
Deviation Incremental = VDV Displays the data as it is without any calculations.
# Optional is the set the Depth and X Scale
# Optional is to change how many plots are shown on the graph. Default is to show the latest 10 plots.
# It is possible to add multiple alarm limits, choose custom colors and line width.
Adding layers is done through the Layers Tab by selecting the Add button
Give the layer a name and the appropriate configuration in width, select the pattern and color scheme and click Save.
The limit profile gives the user a chance to draw up a comparison line on the graph that can then be visually compared to the data.
To view Displacement graphs go to Displacement Graph in the left-hand menu in VDV.
Select what graph you want to view in the list.