[rrd-users] Re: How to implement a 'line of best fit' over graphs
serge.maandag at staff.zeelandnet.nl
Mon Nov 21 16:00:13 MET 2005
> Any idea on how would you implement a 'line of best fit' over
> your graph?
> Would you just look at an average of all rrd.archives per
> graph? Then graph that value?
A line of best fit is more for finite data sets as in scatter graphs.
Rrd archives go on forever, but taking the graphed timespan as a
finite dataset could do.
Drawing a true sloping line of best fit would take a lot of programming.
I wouldn't dare to program the logic in CDEF rpn language. But I'm not
Drawing just the average seems a bit crude to me. I'd at least add the
standard deviation to it. I have some graphs that do just that, but I
store the standard deviation in the rrd database the moment I put the
data in the database.
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