I would like to generate a scheduled report for a performance monitor that would display the max, min, and average values for the configured time interval within a single report. Is this something that would be possible? I am unable to find a way that would allow these values to be configured in the reporting interface.

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Hi TheSemicolon,

That's a good idea, but it's something that we don't have built into the product. Currently, you can run a report that will show you one of the types of values but not for all three (max, min, and average). Your idea has been added to our To-Do List. Thank you for the idea!

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answered 04 Oct '16, 10:41

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I suppose if you're adding it to "The List" :) Could you also look at adding the the ability to do some more interesting maths like:

When determining an average, provide the ability to eliminate the max and min values to provide for a smoother mean evaluation.

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answered 04 Oct '16, 10:55

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Another good idea! It would be good to have a better way to evaluation of your numbers. I'll add that too. :)

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