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Creating a line graph based on two different medians


I have a table below in splunk. I'm trying the create a line graph which would graph four lines. The X axis would be the bypass value. The Y axis would be the the 50th percentile and 80th percentile of Type3 and and the 50th and 80th percentile of Type4. But there doesn't seem to be a way to do a stats, eval, if statement. 

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See this example - it first creates a similar data sample set to your data then just uses the chart statement to do what you describe.

| makeresults 
| eval n=mvrange(1,31)
| mvexpand n
| eval Type="Type".(random() % 2 + 3)
| eval Bypass="S".(random() % 3 + 37)
| eval TotalTime=random() % 15 + (random() / 100000)
| table TotalTime Bypass Type
| chart perc50(TotalTime) as p50 perc80(TotalTime) as p80 over Bypass by Type

Hope this helps


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