Diagnostics tab

The Diagnostics tab enables you to display a customizable dashboard comprising either a single plot or multiple plots consisting of production, injection, and pressure data for each well or scenario in a Harmony Enterprise project.

A dashboard configuration must be created when using the Diagnostics tab for the first time. Afterwards, the Diagnostics tab will automatically display the previously-used dashboard.

The Dashboard Configuration button ( ) allows you to create a single plot view or a view with multiple plots. In the dialog, specify the number of rows and columns of plots. You can create up to 16 concurrent plots (a 4×4 Dashboard Configuration).

To apply the configuration to subsequent new dashboards, click the “Remember layout for new Dashboards” checkbox.

Click OK. The specified dashboard layout opens with placeholders that are ready to be populated.

In a dashboard configuration with multiple plots, each of the plots can be modified by clicking the Set active pen (). Once a plot is active, selecting parameters in the Data Viewer Properties pane displays these items on the plot. You can also drag and drop datasets from the Data Viewer Properties pane into the active plot.

You can populate new dashboards with single plots from your previous Harmony Enterprise version. Activate a plot, then either drag-and-drop the plot templates to the plot or by click the checkboxes next to the available plot template in the Custom Plots Pane.

Once you have created a particular dashboard configuration it can be saved as a template using the Save/Delete Template option.

If a 1x1 Dashboard configuration is created and saved as a template, this template will be in the drop-down list and under the Custom Plots pane so it can be used as part of a dashboard configuration of more than one plot.

  • When you select more than one entity, the selected data from all these entities is displayed in the specified dashboard configuration on the Diagnostics tab.

  • Hovering your mouse over selected entities in the Entity Viewer (Hierarchy or Custom) makes their plot lines become bold.

If a custom dataset does not exist when a template is applied, the dataset will not be added to the plot.


The Diagnostics tab contains two toolbars: a primary toolbar for the Data Viewer Properties pane and a secondary toolbar located above each plot. For a description of common icons, please refer to the toolbars section.

Primary toolbar

Dashboard Configuration - Allows you to specify the number of plots you want to view in the Diagnostics tab.

Toggle Coloring by Entity - Displays unique colors for entities. By default, the plot displays entities with default colors (red for gas, green for oil, etc.). Clicking this button will change the default colors and instead will assign a unique color to each selected entity. This is useful for viewing a single dataset for multiple wells.

Plot aggregate or individual entity production - select to display aggregate, individual, or aggregate and individual data. The individual production of the selected entities is displayed in the plot for all selected datasets. When you hover your mouse over an entity, that well’s production is displayed with a thicker line in the plot to help distinguish it from the other selections.

Auto Template is the default setting, and will automatically select datasets with data, but you can select Save/Delete Template to create a template with the plot selections/datasets you prefer.

The drop down will also display all your saved templates and the specific dashboard configuration (e.g. 2x1).

For a description of Templates, please refer to Templates section.

Note: You will be prompted to save your configuration after any changes are made.

Secondary toolbar

The secondary toolbar is located above each plot, and in addition to the common toolbar items, it includes the following options:

  • Plot drop-down list — Allows you to select your plot type (semi-log vs. coordinate).

  • Set Active/Deactivate Plot ( ) — Allows you to set the plot you would like to edit as the active plot, where you will then choose datasets from the Data Viewer Properties to build the plot.

Context menus

In the Data Viewer Properties tree structure, right click to display the same context menu as pane.

In the Diagnostic plots (the main pane), right-click to display Plot components.

You can send your plot to a comparison plot, by right-clicking it and selecting Send Plot to Comparison Plot. You can also right-click a dataset in the plot and select Send Dataset to Comparison Plot. For information on other options, see plot options and locks.