This series of posts covers topics on how data is stored and calculated, as well as what items are important when generating your reports.
This post discusses the difference between the results data shown in the graphs and the tables, how [and when] this data is captured and how Visual Studio calculates values.
Learn why the results you see in the graphs and the tables of your Loadtest results can conflict with each other and why this is expected behavior.
Here I will show you the things you need to consider BEFORE analyzing the results of your tests. Getting this part right will save you a lot of misunderstanding.
This post focuses solely on the mathematics of results and the expectations of the people receiving the results from test runs.
This post shows in detail how the three major timing storage categories for webtests differ and how to effectively utilize each for proper reporting.