Opened 2 years ago
Last modified 13 months ago
#21883 needs_information defect
Perform one-off analysis for number of relays a bwauth decided the median for
Reported by: | Sebastian | Owned by: | tom |
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Priority: | Medium | Milestone: | |
Component: | Metrics/Analysis | Version: | |
Severity: | Normal | Keywords: | metrics-2018 |
Cc: | metrics-team | Actual Points: | |
Parent ID: | Points: | ||
Reviewer: | Sponsor: |
Description
Having some graphs for all-time, last year and maybe last month or so would be cool. Thanks!
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Change History (11)
comment:1 Changed 2 years ago by
comment:2 follow-up: 3 Changed 2 years ago by
Owner: | changed from metrics-team to tom |
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Status: | new → assigned |
So for the historical bwauth measuring graphs - I think i will generate historical data for them... What i do currently is place data into a sqlite database, and then every hour export the most recent 90 days worth of data in a csv for javascript graph generation. I think I will backfill the database... so I ought to be able to generate some one-off graphs like the ones you created showing historical data.
I'm wondering if/what is the best approach to let my consensus-health graphs get configurable and usable in metrics.tpo
comment:3 Changed 2 years ago by
Replying to tom:
So for the historical bwauth measuring graphs - I think i will generate historical data for them... What i do currently is place data into a sqlite database, and then every hour export the most recent 90 days worth of data in a csv for javascript graph generation. I think I will backfill the database... so I ought to be able to generate some one-off graphs like the ones you created showing historical data.
That would be neat!
I'm wondering if/what is the best approach to let my consensus-health graphs get configurable and usable in metrics.tpo
Fine question! There's no easy answer, because so far we don't use externally provided .csv files for graphs on Tor Metrics. But I could imagine doing this in the future, if the data reaches back to more than the past 90 days (ideally a few years back when bandwidth authorities became a thing). We could simply fetch the .csv files as part of the cronjob that generates .csv files. Though I'd say, for now, let's start with the graphs on consensus-health.tpo and see if they're as useful as we hope. If they are, let's have this discussion again!
comment:4 Changed 2 years ago by
I have created a first draft of the historical graphs here, covering 90, 180, 365, and 720 days: https://ritter.vg/misc/bwauth-historical/graphs-historical.html
If these graphs are useful enough (for now) this can be the final draft until.... I expect that I will be making interactive graphs that enable historical analysis also, so feedback on how these graphs look will guide into that.
comment:5 Changed 2 years ago by
Status: | assigned → needs_information |
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comment:6 Changed 19 months ago by
Summary: | One-off analysis for number of relays a bwauth decided the median for → Perform one-off analysis for number of relays a bwauth decided the median for |
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Adding a verb to the summary to make this ticket "actionable". Speaking of, what remains to be done here?
comment:7 Changed 19 months ago by
I don't think anything needs to be done, unless Sebastian or Karsten or anyone has comments about the graphs (either the look or questions about the data.) Although it's been a while since I generated them so I will need to relearn what I did ;)
comment:8 Changed 19 months ago by
Keywords: | metrics-2018 added |
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comment:9 Changed 19 months ago by
Keywords: | metrics-2017 added; metrics-2018 removed |
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comment:10 Changed 16 months ago by
Keywords: | metrics-2018 added; metrics-2017 removed |
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Will be completed in 2018.
I put a sample graph on #21882, because there were lots of good thoughts on making such a graph. Please take a look there. Once we have a graph we're happy with, I'll make one for a few months of data (which takes a while).