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How to pass value in token after clicking on bubble/piechart MAP

abhishekkalokhe
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i want to pass value in token, from the point we select on the MAP.
I am using geostats command to generate results.

Eg, if we click on green bubble on MAP, i want to pass the value "Blue Water" in my token.

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I tried all the option from custom drilldown, but none of them worked.

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niketn
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Fixed slices means each Location on map must show same no. of series for example Type of HTTP methods as GET and POST values. However, like I mentioned you can have different number of slices as per screenshot attached and sometimes only single circle with no slice. So you may have to try out the Map+ viz.

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niketn
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@abhishekkalokhe this would be a limitation of built in Cluster Map viz, where you can not fetch Split field values if there are multiple slices of the pie for the same location. i.e. if you use $click.name$ or $click.value$ , it would work for single slice pie, but for pie with multiple slices it will return only the first row data.
If you had fixed number of slices, you could still be able to fetch the details. But looking at the screenshot you don’t seem to have one. Please try out Map+ custom visualization and see if fits the need.https://splunkbase.splunk.com/app/3124/

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abhishekkalokhe
Explorer

@niketn what do you mean by fixed no of slices.
if we can pass value if slices are fixed , then may be i will tweak my query a little bit do that.

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niketn
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Fixed slices means each Location on map must show same no. of series for example Type of HTTP methods as GET and POST values. However, like I mentioned you can have different number of slices as per screenshot attached and sometimes only single circle with no slice. So you may have to try out the Map+ viz.

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