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Formatting and graphing the .CSV file


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Would it not be better to format the exported .CSV file so that date and time are separate columns (or at least have that option)?


I was looking at performance during times of the day (running an hourly test over 7 days) and being able to graph by TOD versus date would be handy.


OR are there graphing options built-in for a multi-day test?



BTW, I get this when clicking on the "email" hotspot.


"The page isn't redirecting properly".


Can you not post images clipped and pasted into these posts?  I thought I had seen clips elsewhere?


OR only save a clip and then attached a file? What file extensions can I use?


In the .CSV file - why "Score Kbps" in column E versus "Score kB/s" in column G - note the capitalization on the K? I understand the differentaion between the "b" and the "B".


Why is column G "kB/s" and column H "MB/s". The use seems somewhat incosistent to me.


Why does my Computer ID column show as a number? (625466445894)





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