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After you create a new analysis, you can edit some of its properties. To do this:

  1. Navigate to Workspace > All domains > Domain > Works and click the analysis you want to edit.
    The analysis details page is displayed on the right.

  2. Click Edit. The Edit analysis page displays several tabs based on the editing mode. Modify the required properties in each tab.

    Editing modeTabs displayedDescription
    Basic (default)

    Edit a common set of
    configuration properties
    for an analysis.
    GeneralEdit basic properties for an analysis, such as Name, Description, Template group, Timezone, Access Mode, and so on. For details, see Editing general properties.
    Entity, metric and subresource filtersEdit parameters that are used to filter the resources investigated in an analysis. For details, see Editing entity, metric and subresource filters.
    Time filterEdit the time filter for an analysis. For details, see Editing time filter.
    Chart optionsEdit chart options for an analysis, such as X/Y axes information, Ticks Format, Sort, n-Series filtering. For details, see Editing chart options.
    Forecasted values

    Edit Forecasted values for an analysis to display current values along with forecasted values. This tab is displayed only when forecasted values are present. For details, see Editing Forecasted value options.

    TrendlinesEdit trendline display options for an analysis, such as Horizontal Line/Threshold information. For details, see Editing trendline options.
    Advanced

    Click Advanced in the Edit
    analysis page to edit advanced
    configuration properties for an
    analysis.
    All tabs displayed in the Basic mode, and the following tabs:
    Group optionsEdit Series aggregation and Group functions for an analysis. For details, see Editing group options.
    Metrics StyleEdit Metric Type and Color properties for an analysis. For details, see Editing metric styles.
    Statistics selectionEdit statistic properties for an analysis, such as custom or specific statistics for metrics. For details, see Editing statistic selections.
    EventsEdit the event types that are displayed for an analysis. For details, see Editing events.
  3. Click Save.

Where to go from here

After editing an analysis, you might want to Customize the analysis output charts.

Related topic

Analyses