Metric latency


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The latency of a given timeseries is the time delay between the timestamp when the data needed to compute the metric is available and the timestamp when the metric itself becomes available.

For example when we compute daily active addresses for Ethereum the data needed to compute the metric becomes available at 00:00 UTC. However this metric becomes available on our platform around 00:40 UTC. So in this case the latency is around 40 minutes.