Skip to the content.

Welcome to the Seeq Add-on Gallery

A combination of both first and third party add-ons that can be used in conjunction with Seeq Workbench, Seeq Organizer and Seeq Data Lab.

Support Expectations:

For any open source add-ons, you are welcome to fork the repositories (contains source code) and make improvements if the license permits you to do so.

Seeq Add-ons

A list of open source add-ons developed and supported by Seeq.

Support Expectations

Condition Monitor Scheduler

Documentation for Condition Monitor Scheduler Add-on

GitHub Repository

The Condition Monitor Scheduler is a Seeq Data Lab add-on that enables email notifications triggered by Seeq conditions.


Documentation for Correlation Add-on

GitHub Repository

Analyze correlations and lags amongst time series signals. Perform offline cross correlation analysis and deploy in Seeq to monitor for correlation and/or lag changes.

Multivariate Pattern Search (MPS)

Documentation for MPS Add-on

GitHub Repository

Find similar or dissimilar periods for multivariate continuous and batch processes. Gain insights into key contributors and bad actors. Here is a short introductory video for MPS.

Plot Curve

Documentation for Plot Curve Add-on

GitHub Repository

Fit curves to tabular data and push resulting formulas to Seeq Workbench.

User Defined Function (UDF) Editor

Documentation for Seeq UDF Add-on

GitHub Repository

Create, edit, and manage user-defined formula functions in Seeq.

Third Party Add-ons

A list of add-ons developed and supported by third parties. The maintainer of the add-on is responsible for updates and support (where available).

Support Expectations

Visualization Toolbox (Licensed and Supported)

View License

Developed by: IT Vizion, Inc.

Support: Click Here to flag issues, document enhancement requests, etc.

Documentation for Visualization Toolbox

Introducing the Visualization Toolbox Add-on from IT Vizion, Inc. Visualizations supported presently include Pair Plot and Violin Plot. The interactive Pair Plot enables users to explore relationships between two variables and identify trends, patterns, and outliers with the assistance of a modal filter. The Violin Plot offers an easy way to visualize data distributions for related variables. This plot provides a representation of data density across multiple variables enabling users to analyse the relative extent of variations and data density in the historical value distributions over time.

System Identification [SysId] (Limited support available)

Developed by: BYU PRISM

Support: Click Here to flag issues, document enhancement requests, etc.

Documentation for SysId Add-on

GitHub Repository

Build dynamic multivariate models from contextualized equipment/process data and deploy in Seeq for historical and streaming predictions. Here is a recent webinar (sponsored by AIChE CAST) by the authors.

View a short video overview of the newly added multivariate transfer function identification in SysId.

Stiction Analyzer (No support available)

Developed by: Process Automation, HAW Hamburg

Documentation for Stiction Analyzer Add-on

GitHub Repository

Detect, monitor and analyze oscillation and stiction in control valves.

Constraint Detection (No support available)

Developed by: Process Automation, HAW Hamburg

Documentation for Constraint Detection Add-on

GitHub Repository

Detect and monitor constraints and saturation in control loops.

Plot Digitizer (Limited support available)

Developed by: Eric Parsonnet (3rd Party)

Documentation for Seeq Plot Digitizer Add-on

GitHub Repository

Digitize existing design documents (pump, compressor curves, etc.) in Seeq. Works on Seeq versions up to and including R57.