the Thingworx Fundamentals covers this.
First either by logging or using a subscription store your data in either a ValueStream or Stream
Get a list of your Sensors - Use a service that wraps something like GetImplementingThings of your ThingTemplate
Use Selected row values to drive the next service based on the dynamic Thingtemplate service to retrieve your information. something like QueryPropertyHistory or QueryStreamEntriesWithData (use a wrapped service for QueryStream entries)
Add data to chart define X/Y
for #2 you can use services to combine data into one infotable so you can have multiple series in one chart.
Again I recommend taking Thingworx Fundamentals if you haven't yet.
Here is a view of the services i call :
As ou can see, i already made a stream where all my information is stored.
The field "deviceid" refers to the name of the different sensors.
Now, i would like to do two things :
1) First, make a chart where all the curves can be displayed at the same time
2) Then, select a sensor from the list created with the service "Get data table entries" to display the corresponding measurement points from this specific sensor
I could not find the service to combine the datas into one infotable. Could you try to help me please ?
QueryStreamEntries with data takes a parameter called Source to determine which Thing to return data for. So to use that your will need multiple instances of the service and you'll have to bind the output of each to separate DataSource targets on your TimeSeries Chart (there are 16 of these available). There is a Query Parameter you can try and use but I'm not sure you'll be able to accurately limit the set of Things it returns as the comparator is limited to:
- Starts With
- Ends With
- Is Exactly
If you don't want to do this, you'll need to write your own service that creates an InfoTable from the results of separate QueryStreamEntriesWithData calls. So for each TimeStamp value you'll have a column for each Thing's sensor value at that time. The challenge here is that it's unlikely that the data for a collection of things will share the same timestamp so your graph may get a bit messy.
Thanks for your answer.
Actually, the first solution you are explaining is interesting for small amounts of sensors.
Unfortunately, i would like to expand the number of sensors i am currently using so i cannot go for the first solution.
I agree with you on the fact that my graph could get messy with timestamps from different sensors.
To address the issue, i imagined creating a list of my devices with the stream of data. I could choose on of my device and change the datas provided to the time chart accordingly.
Do you know the name of the services that could help me do that ?
Thanks again for your help.