When creating a report (for embedding purposes, using a dashboard is not viable) and using geostats to create a map, is it possible to change the size of the map somehow?
There does not seem to be a XML edit or any other way to change the map size of the embedded iframe.
Edit: I'm trying to display a geostats generated report on a large screen but the frame of the map doesn't seem to be changeable anywhere.
Try playing with the following -
min_x, min_y, max_x, max_y - these should be what you are looking for, the outside corners of the map.
geostats command - http://docs.splunk.com/Documentation/Splunk/6.5.2/SearchReference/Geostats
binspanlat, binspanlong - these are the size of latitude and longitude bins at the lowest level of zoom. (might be relevant if you are trying to zoom in past a certain bounds.)
maxzoomlevel - The maximum level to be created in the quad tree. (probably not what you are looking for)
If you want to zoom past the lowest level a map can get to, then you need to find a lower-level choropleth map of the appropriate region for the data.
Those seem to change the inside of the map layouts for a choropleth map or the boundries of the zoom.
I'm looking to display a geostats map report on a large screen so ideally I'd change the XML background of the report which so far doesn't seem possible sadly, it seems like such a simple thing that should be possible.