11 July 2016 SystMon: a data visualization tool for the analysis of telemetry data
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The Paranal Very Large Telescopes (VLT) Observatory is a complex multifunctional observatory where many different systems are generating telemetry parameters.As systems becoming more and more complex, also the amount of telemetry data is increasing. This telemetry data is usually saved in various data repositories.In order to obtain a full system overview, it is necessary to link all that data in a meaningful and easy to interpret way. A step forward from simple telemetry data visualisation has been done by developing a new tool that can combine different data sources and has a powerful graphing capability.This new tool, called SystMon, is developed in iPython an interactive-web browser environment under the philosophy of notebooks which combine the code and the final product. The application can be shared among other colleagues and having the code side by side gives the accessibility to inspect and review the process improving and adding new capabilities to the application. SystMon allows to manipulate, generate andvisualise data in different types of graphs and also to create directly statistical reports. SystMon helps the user tomodel, visualiseand interpret telemetry data in a web-based platform for monitoring the health of systems, understanding short- and long-term behaviour and to anticipate corrective interventions.
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Juan Carlos Guerra, Juan Carlos Guerra, Christian Stephan, Christian Stephan, Eduardo Pena, Eduardo Pena, Javier Valenzuela, Javier Valenzuela, Juan Osorio, Juan Osorio, } "SystMon: a data visualization tool for the analysis of telemetry data", Proc. SPIE 9910, Observatory Operations: Strategies, Processes, and Systems VI, 991021 (11 July 2016); doi: 10.1117/12.2233331; https://doi.org/10.1117/12.2233331
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