LastDetectResponse Constructors

Definition

Overloads

LastDetectResponse()

Initializes a new instance of the LastDetectResponse class.

LastDetectResponse(Int32, Int32, Double, Double, Double, Boolean, Boolean, Boolean)

Initializes a new instance of the LastDetectResponse class.

LastDetectResponse()

Initializes a new instance of the LastDetectResponse class.

public LastDetectResponse ();
Public Sub New ()

LastDetectResponse(Int32, Int32, Double, Double, Double, Boolean, Boolean, Boolean)

Initializes a new instance of the LastDetectResponse class.

public LastDetectResponse (int period, int suggestedWindow, double expectedValue, double upperMargin, double lowerMargin, bool isAnomaly, bool isNegativeAnomaly, bool isPositiveAnomaly);
new Microsoft.Azure.CognitiveServices.AnomalyDetector.Models.LastDetectResponse : int * int * double * double * double * bool * bool * bool -> Microsoft.Azure.CognitiveServices.AnomalyDetector.Models.LastDetectResponse
Public Sub New (period As Integer, suggestedWindow As Integer, expectedValue As Double, upperMargin As Double, lowerMargin As Double, isAnomaly As Boolean, isNegativeAnomaly As Boolean, isPositiveAnomaly As Boolean)

Parameters

period
Int32

Frequency extracted from the series, zero means no recurrent pattern has been found.

suggestedWindow
Int32

Suggested input series points needed for detecting the latest point.

expectedValue
Double

Expected value of the latest point.

upperMargin
Double

Upper margin of the latest point. UpperMargin is used to calculate upperBoundary, which equals to expectedValue + (100 - marginScale)*upperMargin. If the value of latest point is between upperBoundary and lowerBoundary, it should be treated as normal value. By adjusting marginScale value, anomaly status of latest point can be changed.

lowerMargin
Double

Lower margin of the latest point. LowerMargin is used to calculate lowerBoundary, which equals to expectedValue - (100 - marginScale)*lowerMargin.

isAnomaly
Boolean

Anomaly status of the latest point, true means the latest point is an anomaly either in negative direction or positive direction.

isNegativeAnomaly
Boolean

Anomaly status in negative direction of the latest point. True means the latest point is an anomaly and its real value is smaller than the expected one.

isPositiveAnomaly
Boolean

Anomaly status in positive direction of the latest point. True means the latest point is an anomaly and its real value is larger than the expected one.

Applies to