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Sonia Gupta

Getting Started with InfluxDB 2.0: Scraping Metrics, Running Telegraf, Querying Data, and Writing Data

Now that we’ve released InfluxDB 2.0 Alpha, you’re probably curious to try it but might not know where to start. This post will guide you through the process of getting it running locally on your machine. By the end of …

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David G. Simmons

Practical Uses of Cross-Measurement Math in Flux

I’ve been spending a lot of time lately with the 2.0 Alpha releases and I’m here to tell you: some of the new things coming are really, really cool! Especially for IoT. The one I’ve been using lately has been …

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Anais Dotis-Georgiou

How to Use InfluxDB’s Holt-Winters Function for Predictions

Welcome to Part Three of this three-part blog post series. To understand Part Three, I suggest reading Part One and Two first. In Part One, we covered: When to use Holt-Winters How Single Exponential Smoothing works A conceptual overview of optimization …

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Anais Dotis-Georgiou

Finding More Hidden Gems in Holt-Winters

Welcome back to this three-part blog post series on Holt-Winters and why it’s still highly relevant today. To understand Part Two, I suggest reading Part One, in which we covered: When to use Holt-Winters; How Single Exponential Smoothing works; A conceptual …

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Anais Dotis-Georgiou

When You Want Holt-Winters Instead of Machine Learning

Machine Learning (ML) gets a lot of hype, but its classical predecessors are still immensely powerful, especially in the time-series space. Error, Trend, Seasonality Forecast (ETS), Autoregressive Integrated Moving Average (ARIMA) and Holt-Winters are three classical methods that are not …

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Sonia Gupta

Using GraphQL with InfluxDB and Flux

In a previous post, we showed you how to make Flux queries in a Rails app. In this post, we’ll extend that knowledge to use GraphQL in a Rails app which leverages the power of Flux to query InfluxDB. This …

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David G. Simmons

How To: Building Flux Queries in Chronograf

As you all may or may not know (and if you don’t, you haven’t been reading my posts!), I’ve built an embedded IoT gateway proof of concept device that runs (of course) InfluxDB—really the entire TICK Stack—and collects data from …

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David G. Simmons

How to Use Google Core IoT with InfluxData

As more and more IoT deployments look to leverage the power of cloud-based solutions, we here at InfluxData have been working closely with Cloud Service Providers to make sure that InfluxDB continues to be the go-to Time Series Database for …

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