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How should I read the time-series graph?
How should I read the time-series graph?
Updated over a week ago

The time-series graph is part of the level 3 screen and shows the revenue values of a product category for the last 29 days as a trendline. Specifically, it shows the revenue value for the reporting date and 28 days before it.

The view of the time-series graph is slightly different depending on the Anomaly Detection Mode used, either Time Series Analysis (TSA) or Revenue Plan (RP). The mode to be used in every incident is selected by our system; if a revenue plan is available and target values can be retrieved from it then the Revenue Plan mode is used. Otherwise, the Time Series Analysis (TSA) is used. You can tell which mode has been used every time by looking at the graph title.

Time Series Analysis (TSA): In this mode, the min/max expected values are shown as a gray area surrounding the trendline and covering all 29 days, and the baseline on the reporting date is shown as a marker between the min/max expected values.

Revenue Plan (RP): In this mode, the min/max expected values are only available for the reporting date, and are displayed as markers above and below the marker showing the baseline.

In both modes, weekends are signed as vertical dotted lines, and users can see more details about actual and expected values by hovering over the graph.

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