Graphs Tab (New UI)

Last updated on 30 August, 2022


The Graphs tab is available on the Resources page and displays graphs based on DataSource and Instance data. This topic discusses how to navigate and manage graphs from the Resources page. For information about creating and defining graphs, see DataSource Graphs.

Viewing Graphs

You can view graphs by selecting the Resource and DataSource (or Instance) directly from the Resources Tree. Or, you can select the top-level Resource to open a horizontal navigation pane. This enables you to view graphs that may exist at each level (Resource, DataSource, Instance).


Each graph provides the following options:

View Chart Full ScreenOpens the graph in a detailed, full screen mode.
Add to DashboardOpens the Add to Dashboard window, where you can add the graph as a widget to a standard dashboard. Once added, the graph will no longer be tied to its originating DataSource graph. Rather, its configurations will be saved as a Custom Graph widget.
View LegendDisplays the legend and allows you to select or deselect which graph lines to display.

Time Range

Use the Time Range drop-down list to select the time range to include in the graph. For more information, see Changing the Time Range.

Full Screen Mode

When a graph is opened in full screen mode, there are additional options available.

Enable Forecast Overlay. On/off toggle that enables the chart to include forecast (future) data. For more information, see Data Forecasting.
Download CSV. Allows you to download a CSV version of the graph’s data.
DataDisplays the raw data associated with the graph in table format.
Ops NotesAllows you to view and filter the Ops Notes associated with the graph. You also have the option to add a new Ops Note. For more information, see Using Ops Notes.
ForecastOpens the Forecast panel, where you can view Datapoint, Collected Data, and Forecast Data when it’s available. For more information, see Data Forecasting.

Graph Hover for Multiple Values

Hover over the graph to display the names and values of multiple datapoints or instances. Hovering over a graph will cause corresponding vertical lines to appear across all graphs in the current view. This is useful for correlating events across multiple related graphs.

Show or Hide Ops Notes

Use the Show/Hide Ops Notes toggle to view the Ops Notes associated with the graph.

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