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There are a variety of settings available in Data Studio. Follow these steps to configure the settings in Data Studio.

  1. Go to Analyze > Data Studio.

  2. Click the Options list at the top of the Data Studio.

  3. Select Settings. The following settings are available:


    The settings varies as per the widget




    Determines how the data is aggregated in individual graphs. There are three levels of aggregation:




    Devices are shown individually (i.e. one line per device).


    Devices are aggregated by site, each site is shown individually (i.e. one line per site).


    All selected devices are shown as one data set.

    Split graphs and tables

    Determine how many different graphs and tables to display the selected devices and signals. There are three options available:



    Don’t split

    All data will be shown on a single graph/table.

    Split per aggregate

    Data will be split into one graph/table per aggregate (e.g. one graph per site or device).

    Split per site

    One graph/table per site.

    One graph per signal

    Enable this toggle to quickly graph each signal individually.


    Select what level of temporal resolution to use for data.


    When you select Default for the resolution, Greenbyte Energy Cloud will choose an appropriate resolution based on the time interval you are looking at, just like in your Dashboard and Report widgets.

    Graph type

    Select which type of graph to use for data visualization.


    Select the type of categories that you want to visualize in your graph. The following types of categories are available:

    • Stop

    • Warning

    • Informational

    • Communication

    • Curtailment

    Energy unit

    Select the unit of energy you want to use for the data.


    Select which ownership organization you want to use for your data. You can select either no ownership to see all data for the entire site or only the percentage owned by a specific organization. The ownership setting is relevant for the signals that are reasonable to divide by ownership percentage; for example the signals under the energy, power, and production categories. You can find more information about setting up ownership organizations at Ownership percentages.