Creating charts

Select  > Current chart data to create a chart to visualize your test data. Follow these steps to configure your chart:

Step 1: Select one or more measurements that you want included in your graph from the list of Measurements that have been created for your account.

  • Use the Find by box below the list of measurements to search the measurement names. You can enter Regular Expressions in this field to do complex searches.
  • Use the Edit labels feature to modify the way measurements are grouped into sets. If Labels are enabled, filters will not be available. See Working with Labels.
  • You can Download an HTML-formatted version of any Application Perspective or Transaction Perspective script by selecting the measurement and clicking Download Script.
  • You can select View Script to view a text version of a measurement’s transaction script.

To select more than one Measurement, hold down the Shift key and select a range of URLs listed next to each other, or hold down the Ctrl key and select multiple URLs individually.

You can also download a script or view a script from this section.

Step 2: Select the graph type to generate from the list to the right of the Measurement list. (Review information on chart types.)

Step 3: Modify the graph selection criteria such as time range, geography, or agent in the area in the lower half of the screen.

Each graph type has a number of settings that can be changed to specify what is included in the graph. Only the settings relevant to the selected graph type are shown. (View more information on chart configuration options.)

Step 4: Click the Generate Graph button to create a graph.

Using labels

You can create labels to group your measurements. This makes it easier to manage a large number of measurements. See this help page for more information about Labels.