Granularity is the time interval between two plotted points on a same curve for a specific test duration.
A low granularity produces a more readable curve, whereas a high granularity produces a more accurate curve.
Default granularity of graphs can be configured in Edit > Preferences > Graphs.
It is possible to overwrite the default graph granularity for a specific graph and update its granularity directly in the Runtime and Results sections.
A vertical slider with values range: Most, More, Default, Less, Least appears.
The selected granularity is updated when you release the mouse from the slider.
Examples: For a test lasting 20 minutes, NeoLoad will aggregate the values recorded each second to produce a point every:
With "Standard" default granularity configured in Edit > Preferences > Graphs > Granularity:
With "Highest" default granularity configured in Edit > Preferences > Graphs > Granularity: