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Understanding Analysis Color Codes

The results from the scalability analysis runs are color-coded:
  • Green
    dots are results with the number of threads either equal to or less than the number of cores on the system.
  • Blue
    dots are results with the number of threads greater than the number of cores.
For example, the following image shows the result for a concurrency specification of
1,4,8,32,48,64
on a 32-core system.
scalability analysis example with color coded dots
Results for runs with less than 32 threads are coded in green, while those with more than 32 threads are coded in blue.

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