MetricBase demonstration application Investigate an example application that uses MetricBase features. The demonstration application is in the MetricBase Demo plugin. The demonstration application contains a table that has metric fields defined. Triggers have been created for evaluating data as it is added to the MetricBase database. A scheduled job that runs every five minutes adds data to the MetricBase database. You can use the Data Explorer module to experiment with transform APIs. The MetricBase Demo application has these modules.Table 1. MetricBase Demo modules Module Description Drones A table created for this application. You can add records. Fleets A table created for this application. It provides a mechanism for grouping drones. You can add records. Data Generators A table defining how data is created for the drone records. This is provided for informational purposes. You cannot change or add records. Metrics Shows the metrics defined for the system. This is the same table as MetricBase > Time Series Metrics. You can add metric fields. Scheduled Jobs Shows the scheduled job created for the demonstration application. The job runs every five minutes to add data to the MetricBase database. You can change the schedule. Note: When you hit the back button, you are taken to the system Scheduled Script Executions table that shows all scheduled scripts in the system. Use the Navigator to return to the demonstration modules. Triggers Shows the triggers defined for the system. This is the same table as MetricBase > MetricBase Triggers > Trigger Definitions. You can create triggers. Anomaly Logs Shows a list of anomaly logs. The Low-Flying Drone trigger creates the anomaly logs. Data Explorer Provides a form for experimenting with MetricBase APIs using the demonstration application's data. See MetricBase Data Explorer for more information. MetricBase Data ExplorerExperiment using MetricBase APIs on the data created by the demonstration application.