I’m using anomaly detection on a redshift connection.
I am able to configure it (and can actually see a chart in the “Set Anomaly Detection” page).
But when I click in the “Run Now” button, it runs for a while and then the “Run Now” button appears again. The actual analysis is never shown.
Is it a issue with the data source?
October 10, 2022, 9:01pm
Hmm it seems to be working on my account with Athena. Don’t know if it would be caused by a data source issue. I’ll flag this as an error to see if someone else knows about it.
Maybe a couple of things to check,
Do you have the dataset as Direct Query or SPICE? I would suggest SPICE
How much data are you scanning? Can you limit the dataset and see if that works?
Thank you Max.
I’m using SPICE
Its a small dataset (7mb)
And another information, my data is weekly. In my date dimension I only have the last days of the week (Saturdays). This may affect something?
October 17, 2022, 7:54pm
That might be affecting it.
For anomaly detection to work it needs enough data to scan.
Here are the requirements.
October 20, 2022, 10:28am
@mvilela. Did the response from @Max answer your question? I am marking this reply as, “Solution,” but let us know if this is not resolved. Thanks for posting your questions on the QuickSight Community Q&A Forum!