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To select Graph View, click Graph view includes in-depth graphs with load testing metrics demonstrating the performance of a tested website. It is similar to the Runtime Dashboard. It, however, does not include several elements such as - The layout of the Graph view is described in the Layout section.
- Performance graphs are described in the Performance counters section.
- Graph commands are described in the Graph Commands section.
- Curve grid data shown below the graphs is described in the Monitoring Performance section. The final snapshot of the curves' data taken at the test completion is displayed. Curve grids can be sorted by clicking column headings (b)
You can fetch load test sessions from the test log as described in Retrieving Sessions from Graphs section. |

## Reading the graphs

There are two types of performance graphs on the report:

**Response time graph**: a graph where every curve is a measures response time and has a y-value in seconds. An example of this type of graph is the Transactions, Pages, and Test Cases graph.**Performance metrics graph**: a graph where every curve can have different units.

### Response time graphs

A response time graph will have two y-axes. The left y-axis (a) is measured in seconds and depicts response time. The right y-axis (b) is measured in the number of VUs. Each data point (c) on the response time curves display the response time.

#### Rescaling the graph

All the curves will have different response times. In order to fit all the curves on a single graph, by default, the maximum y-value corresponds to the largest maximum of all the curves. If some curves are hidden and it is desirable to rescale the graph, right-click to bring up the context menu and select Rescale Graph item to zoom in to the visible curves.

Note

If unhiding a curve that has a higher max value than the maximum y-axis value, the graph will automatically rescale to fit the curve.

### Performance metrics graph

Performance graphs use ranges to display curves with different units. Reading this kind of graph is similar to runtime graphs as described here.

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