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DPOD - addition of statistical measures added to the existing dashboards/analytics/service uri calls
existing dashboards/analytics/service uri calls:
- report currently shows AVERAGE ms.
- would like to see MEDIAN and MODE reported as well, as these are better indicators of overall ms of service calls.
median and mode calculated for this dashboard would help more accurately represent and troubleshoot transaction times. Application teams can pull statistics from transactions into excel and exclude analysis of excessive min and max values, but they would prefer to have this reporting available from DPOD.
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