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WebGL Globe... how to make it work?

metalgear138
Engager

So basically, I'm looking to use the WebGL Globe visualization to plot all incoming network traffic and I'm having a difficult time wrapping my head around how to just plug a search into it... any help would be greatly appreciated!

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skawasaki_splun
Splunk Employee
Splunk Employee

At a minimum it just needs 2 columns: lat and lon

Just make sure the your field names matches the value of lat_field and lon_field

<div id="globe_search" class="splunk-manager" data-require="splunkjs/mvc/searchmanager" data-options='{
    "search": "| inputlookup sample_geo.csv",
    "preview": true,
    "earliest_time": "0",
    "latest_time": "now"
}'>
</div>
<div id="globe" class="splunk-view" data-require="app/custom_vizs/components/globe/globe" data-options='{
    "managerid": "globe_search",
    "world_image_path": "app/custom_vizs/components/globe/world_nature.jpg",
    "lat_field": "lat",
    "lon_field": "lon",
    "group_by_field": {
    "type": "token_safe",
    "value": "$$grouping$$"
    },
    "spin_speed": 1
}'>
</div>
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