Granularity

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.

  1. Select the graph you want to modify.
  2. Click on the vertical toolbar.

    A vertical slider with values range: Most, More, Default, Less, Least appears.

  3. Select the granularity you want to apply on the selected graph. See the examples below to help you choose the granularity best suited for your graphs.

    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: