What does @ts(treatment='rate') or @ts(treatment='integral') mean?

#1

ts stands for ‘time series’

‘previous’: Treats all values between two consecutive data points with the earlier data value in the time series. Can be visualized as a step function where time is the independent axis.

‘rate’: Takes the average or weighted average of a normalized intervals and applies that values across the entire interval.

‘integral’: Value represents the running cumulative total of data points over time.

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#2

There are other treatments that you can apply on time series, documentation for which can be found by doing c3ShowType(Treatment) on the console

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