Relative Time Syntax
To make specifying a time more flexible, LogScale supports a relative time syntax. This lets you express a simple time duration, rather than specifying two absolute times.
You specify a relative time modifier as a number followed by a word. The following table shows which words you can use:
|Time Unit||Accepted Values|
You can include a space character between the number and the unit of time.
This regular expression describes the format:
^(\d+) ?(years? | y | yrs? | quarters? | q | qtrs? | months? | mon | weeks? | w | days? | d | hours? | hr? | hrs | minutes? | m | min | seconds? | s | secs? | milliseconds? | millis | ms)$