Primary Signal: From the dropdown menu, select the time series signal for which the boundaries will be applied from the details pane, pinned items or recently accessed sections.
Select the relation type: From the dropdown menu, select Boundary or Other. The Boundary option allows you to create a pair of upper and lower boundary limits for the Primary Signal. The Other option allows you to define a single boundary for the Primary Signal such as an upper, lower, average, reference or other. If Boundary is selected as the relation type, an upper and lower signal must be provided and the boundaries will be displayed as a shaded region between the upper and lower signals. If Other is selected as the relation type, a single signal must be provided, which will be displayed as a dashed line.
Name: Specify a name for the new boundary or pair of boundaries.
Upper Signal and Lower Signal: If you have already defined signals to represent the upper and lower limits, select the signals from the appropriate dropdown menus. If you have not yet defined signals for the boundaries, click to create new signals using the Reference Profile Tool. You will only enter one signal if you are using the Other relation type. Click to add the signal to the Details Pane and trend the signal in a new lane.
Available outside of this analysis: Checking this box allows this condition to be used in other workbench analysis and topics. It will be available for all Seeq users and will display in their search results. Consider using a unique name as the boundary will be published to the global name space.