This topic provides an overview on how to filter and sort your Analysis graph data.
Filter graph data
You can filter graph data to show fewer transactions for a specific segment of the load test scenario. More specifically, you can display four transactions beginning from five minutes into the scenario and ending three minutes before the end of the scenario.
You can filter for a single graph, in all graphs in a load test scenario, or in the summary graph.
The available filter conditions differ for each type of graph. The filter conditions also depend on your scenario. For example, if you only had one group or one load generator machine in your scenario, the Group Name and Load Generator Name filter conditions do not apply.
Note: You can also filter merged graphs. The filter conditions for each graph are displayed on separate tabs.
Sort graph data
You can sort graph data to show the data in more relevant ways. For example, Transaction graphs can be grouped by the Transaction End Status, and Vuser graphs can be grouped by Scenario Elapsed Time, Vuser End Status, Vuser Status, and Vuser ID.
You can sort by one or several groups—for example by Vuser ID and then Vuser status. The results are displayed in the order in which the groups are listed. You can change the grouping order by rearranging the list.