Welcome to Creating Basic Reports with PI DataLink Online Course. I hope you are all as eager and excited as I am to get off to a great start! We have created this thread where all users who have registered for the July run of this course can introduce themselves and interact with each other.
Please know that this is your space! We encourage and welcome you to ask questions about PI DataLink, as well as answer questions posted by others and let us know how you're finding this course!
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First, let me introduce myself. My name is Graeme Fukuda and I will be your facilitator for this session of the Creating Basic Reports with PI DataLink Online Course. I am a Field Service Engineer at OSIsoft, which means I have done everything from installs and upgrades to teaching our in-person external classes. I am very excited to guide you through the course and help you learn how to derive value from your PI System with creating reports in PI DataLink.
Please introduce yourself in this thread so I can learn about you, your experiences with the PI System, and specific goals you have for this course. Additionally, please take advantage of this Community to share any thoughts or questions during this course. You can also contact me personally at email@example.com.
I look forward to hearing from you and working with you throughout this course!
My name is Tiffany Elston and I am a Data Analyst for HRSD (Hampton Roads Sanitation District) in Virginia. We introduced the PI system about 1 1/2 years ago. Our group has created Datalink reports for end users. However, I have never built a report from scratch and have always used one that was previously built for us. I wanted to get a better understanding of all the functionality of Datalink and what each function actually did.