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Combine inputcsv and search to create a gauge

ccsfdave
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I am trying to create a gauge where the green, yellow, red are dynamically adjusted using average and percentages for similar traffic over the past 30 days. The 30 day search takes a while so what I would like to do is run it overnight and dump it to a csv. I would then like to run todays numbers on the fly and apply the results (the needle in the gauge) to the csv results.

This is where I am with it:

index=msad "EventCode=4624"  earliest=-1d@min |stats count as today| append[|inputcsv start=29 max=1 YsForGauge.csv] | table today average Eighty Ninety-Five

This results in a table:

today          average          Eighty          Ninety-Five
892683      
                1255.633333 2016    2257

So the results are in two rows of the resulting table. What I would like to do is replace the table with

gauge today 0 average Eighty Ninety-Five

But is failing. Help?

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ccsfdave
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Figured it out, not just append but appendcols puts it in one row and then gauge works!

index=msad "EventCode=4624" earliest=-1d@min |stats count as today| appendcols [|inputcsv start=29 max=1 YsForGauge.csv] | gauge today 0 average Eighty Ninety-Five

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ccsfdave
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Figured it out, not just append but appendcols puts it in one row and then gauge works!

index=msad "EventCode=4624" earliest=-1d@min |stats count as today| appendcols [|inputcsv start=29 max=1 YsForGauge.csv] | gauge today 0 average Eighty Ninety-Five

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