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How to diagnose if there is a group problem?

Started this discussion. Last reply by Justin Burruss Nov 26. 3 Replies

How to diagnose if there is a group problem?Hi,imagine Internet network. As a user you have a router, that is connected to some internet service provider node. Usually, more than one router (user) is…Continue

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Time series comparison

Started this discussion. Last reply by Glupe Registracije May 2. 2 Replies

Hi, I have simple time series that look like this:…Continue

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Justin Burruss replied to Glupe Registracije's discussion How to diagnose if there is a group problem?
"It would depend on the details, but say for example this was at the TCP/IP level, and we were looking at connection time-out errors, and for each error we have a timestamp, then a cluster is formed when we have a "problematic number of errors…"
Nov 26
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Glupe Registracije replied to Glupe Registracije's discussion How to diagnose if there is a group problem?
"Justin, what I have presented as a problem here is a very simplified version of the real problem. Let's say that I have a clue about which values are problematic. When you said that you will start the classification question, how you would…"
Nov 18
Justin Burruss replied to Glupe Registracije's discussion How to diagnose if there is a group problem?
"Sounds like a very interesting problem. It reminds me of the Network Weather Service, but that was maybe more specific to high performance computing. Some thoughts: Do you know a priori what level of error is "problematic" and what is…"
Nov 18
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How to diagnose if there is a group problem?

How to diagnose if there is a group problem?Hi,imagine Internet network. As a user you have a router, that is connected to some internet service provider node. Usually, more than one router (user) is connected to the same node. More than one node is located in the same city. If you look relationally, we could describe relations as: City -< Node -< Router (one city has many nodes, one node has many routers).I have a script that will collect every minute number of errors of each router, so…See More
Nov 15
Glupe Registracije replied to Glupe Registracije's discussion Time series comparison
"Hi, well, I don't need clustering because I already have groups. Each line is a group. I have to conclude relations between groups. After researching a little bit, I am using tukey hsd test. I have imported: from statsmodels.stats.multicomp…"
May 2
Adam Danz replied to Glupe Registracije's discussion Time series comparison
" I'm not sure what you mean by wanting to diagnose the misalignment but if you're trying to break up the time series data into separate groups, have you tried k-means clustering?  "
Apr 27
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Time series comparison

Hi, I have simple time series that look like this:Graph is consisted of four categories that are represented as lines, something like this (ignore horizontal blue line, it is just a threshold): …See More
Apr 26
Glupe Registracije posted a discussion

Time series comparison

Hi, I have simple time series that look like this:Graph is consisted of four categories that are represented as lines, something like this (ignore horizontal blue line, it is just a threshold): …See More
Apr 26

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