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Over Time chart

The Over time chart helps you identify trends and potential gaps in your data by displaying, for both the original modeling data and the derived data, how a feature changes over the primary date/time feature. It is available for all time-aware projects (OTV, single series, and multiseries). For time series, it is available for each user-configured forecast distance. See also Understand a feature's Over Time chart.

Using the page's tools, you can focus on specific time periods. Display options for OTV and single-series projects differ than those of multiseries. Note that to view the Over time chart you must first compute chart data. Once computed:

  1. Set the chart's granularity. The resolution options are auto-detected by DataRobot. All project types allow you to set a resolution (this option is under Additional settings for multiseries projects).

  2. Toggle the histogram display on and off to see a visualization of the bins DataRobot is using for EDA1.

  3. Use the date range slider below the chart to highlight a specific region of the time plot. For smaller datasets, you can drag the sliders to a selected portion. Larger data sets use block pagination.

  4. For multiseries projects , you can set both the forecast distance and an individual series (or average across series) to plot:

For time series projects, the Data page also provides a Feature Lineage chart to help understand the creation process for derived features.

Updated May 9, 2023
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