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Learn how to create reports with PI DataLink from the comfort of your desk

Discussion created by kholstein Employee on Jan 16, 2017

Have you heard about the OSIsoft Small Private Online Courses (SPOCs)? These convenient learning opportunities allow you to work at your own pace and on your own time, from the comfort of your own desk!!!

 

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Next Monday January 23rd marks the start of our next facilitated session for the Creating Basic Reports with PI DataLink Discussion Forum online course. For the following 3 weeks, you can expand your PI System knowledge with guidance and assistance from an OSIsoft facilitator. You can even submit a final project to get feedback and earn a certificate of completion for the course! To hear more about the perks of registering for a facilitated session, check out the Online Courses Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ).

 

In the Creating Basic Reports with PI DataLink Discussion Forum online course, Field Service Engineer Felix walks you through how to use PI DataLink, OSIsoft's add-in to Microsoft Excel, to access your process data, create meaningful reports, and use them to make key business decisions. Learn how to obtain current and archived values, as well as retrieve compressed and sampled data. Additionally, this course leverages the intuitiveness of the PI Asset Framework to easily retrieve and build reports using key attributes of your assets.

 

This course is great for PI System beginners and is open to anyone who wishes to learn more about PI DataLink. Whether you are a process engineer, a plant operator, or anyone else interested in creating meaningful reports using your PI System data, then this course is for you!

 

In order to follow along with the videos and complete the exercises, you will need:

  • Read access to a PI System (running and collecting data)
    • PI Data Archive
    • AF Server
  • PI DataLink

 

For more information on our Small Private Online Courses (SPOCs), check out the Online Courses Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs)

 

Again, the next facilitated session starts January 23rd.

 

See you "in class" soon! Join now!

 

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