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OSCAR Flow Limitations Max is always wrong
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OSCAR Flow Limitations Max is always wrong
I've been trying to monitor my FLs but I see a discrepancy in OSCAR between Max FLs in the Statistics view vs data in the FLs Graph.

The max reported in statistics is never the max peak I can see in the graph, see screenshot below (0.17 max reported vs 0.45 in the graph).

This makes me think the rest of the values are wrong as well (med and 95%). 

Anybody knows why OSCAR does not properly populate max value in statistics?


   
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RE: OSCAR Flow Limitations Max is always wrong
In an effort to remove artifacts from the data, the Max listing is actually reporting the 99%tile.
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RE: OSCAR Flow Limitations Max is always wrong
Thanks that is good to know
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RE: OSCAR Flow Limitations Max is always wrong
The next version will properly label the actual statistic.
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