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Can anyone tell how to get below graph using splunk.

sxp5686
Explorer

I want two y-axis graph having percentage on left side and number (in thousands) on right side.And on x axis we should have total no. of cases on each day.

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cmerriman
Super Champion

Do you have th syntax worked out for number of cases, percentage and the other number?
If so, in the format option, there is a chart overlay button, click in that and choose the number field so that it displays on the right.
https://docs.splunk.com/Documentation/Splunk/7.0.1/SearchTutorial/Chartoverlays
If you don’t have the syntax worked out, if you could share some sample data, that could be helpful.

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naidusadanala
Communicator

There is an app splunk 6.x examples which provides basic concepts and also sample searches to populate dashboards fast and easily.

Hopefully it helps

https://splunkbase.splunk.com/app/1603/

cmerriman
Super Champion

Do you have th syntax worked out for number of cases, percentage and the other number?
If so, in the format option, there is a chart overlay button, click in that and choose the number field so that it displays on the right.
https://docs.splunk.com/Documentation/Splunk/7.0.1/SearchTutorial/Chartoverlays
If you don’t have the syntax worked out, if you could share some sample data, that could be helpful.

sxp5686
Explorer

Sorry but I do not have source code for this but take it like you are having two fields at the end of the search.
By using only that two fields you have to make the graph.

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