Why aren’t any graph lines appearing in my report?
Once you have selected chemical(s) and dates you need to click on the red ‘Regenerate Version’ button.
How do I create a chemical prices chart?
Take a look at the introductory video at www.chemweek.com/PriceWatch
. This will walk you through the process of creating price reports and saving them online.
Can I save my PriceWatch search results online?
Yes. When you create a price report in the PriceWatch tool, you will be able to save each report by clicking on the red ‘Save’ button on the right hand side of the report console. Your report will then be saved on Chemweek’s server for you to retrieve any time you log in.
How do I extract the content of my report for presentations?
Underneath the red ‘Save’ button on the Report Console page, you will see the term ‘Download Report’. Click on the logo for the format in which you wish to download your report; you can choose between PDF, CSV, and EXCEL formats. If you download the PDF version you can copy and paste the chart image and terms into PowerPoint or any and other software applications.
How up-to-date are Chemweek’s prices?
Prices are updated continually by our team. Be sure to check back often to see the latest data. When you create a price report, the date of the data point you hover your mouse over will appear in the top right hand corner of the chart. If you create a chart, the most recent data point will be on the right hand side of the graph line.
Can I get price data alerts?
As a Chemweek PriceWatch subscriber, you will be sent email alerts when major price changes occur. Also, be sure to bookmark the PriceWatch service main page at www.chemweek.com/pricewatch/
in your web browser.
How do I get a free trial subscription to PriceWatch?
Am I allowed to share PriceWatch data?
No. PriceWatch data is for your use only and is subject to copyright. We do have offers for company-wide subscription to PriceWatch. For more details about subscribing contact Laurie Hofmann at firstname.lastname@example.org .