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Marple for InfluxDB

The InfluxDB UI for engineers

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Why use Marple?

Marple expands your InfluxDB toolbox with new plot types. Engineers can make advanced map and scatter plots, showing a third signal for colouring. Frequency plots can be used to spot resonant frequencies or other vibrations.

Three plot types in Marple for engineers: map plot, scatter plot and frequency plot

A set of premade functions make it easy to do post-processing, without coding. Functions are part of your project, so you don't have to redefine them again later.

Post-processing of sensor data using default functions like moving average

InfluxDB buckets can be split in separate datasets. These datasets can be enriched with metadata in Marple. This gives better organisation: searching through your data becomes easier and faster.

Organising multiple datasets of one InfluxDB bucket with metadata

How it works

A diagram with data points flowing from InfluxDB to Marple

Marple creates a connection with your InfluxDB database, leaving the data in your hands. Visualisations will only temporarily store the data to create the plots. Read more in the docs about creating an InfluxDB connection.

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Secure your setup

Creating a new token in the InfluxDB UI

Take control of your security. By creating a scoped token in InfluxDB you give limited access to Marple.  No data is stored permanently.

Marple improves your InfluxDB workflow

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Setting up InfluxDB with Marple should only take you 10 minutes.

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