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Can one Anomaly Detector resource run multiple data feeds in parallel?

Hello,

Can one Anomaly Detection API run multiple data feeds in parallel?

For example, if I have a transaction dataset with weather data (date, value, type) (where type is either temperature, humidity, rainfall, etc). I want Anomaly Detector to run per type. Can I run a dataset with temperature and another dataset with humidity at the same time using the same Anomaly Detector resource? Or do they have to run in series?

Also in Metrics Advisor, it looks like I could add type as a dimension and that would provide the output that I'm looking for (anomaly detections by temperature/humidity/etc., running all at once). Can Anomaly Detector also do this?

Thank you

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@RuthAnnHaefli-7294 A new public preview feature of Anomaly Detector with mutlivariate time series could help you with this requirement. We hope you could try the same and provide feedback to the team. Thanks.


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@RuthAnnHaefli-7294 I think you can run multiple calls to your API based on the input or timeseries data that is sent in your request. In your case one with temperature and another with humidity. It might be easier for you to test the same with the demo sample to understand how you can format data and feed it to the API.

Metrics advisor provides a higher level of functionality which might suit this scenario to add both the dimensions in a single request which is not possible with Anomaly detector API.




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