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Finding Timings Between Multiple Events

Razziq
Explorer

Hello,

I am trying to find the timings between multiple calls under the same extracted field of InterchangeId. When using streamstats range(_time), I get the timing between the calls, however the first call in order of time has the total time and the last call has a 0 value. I am trying to determine how long it takes between each call in the correct order without it aggregating one of the calls to the total timing value.

Below is a screenshot of the results as well as the search. I appreciate any help with this!

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richgalloway
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Use the window option of streamstats to limit the range calculation to the current row and the previous row.

| streamstats window=1 range(_time) as Difference by InterchangeID

 

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richgalloway
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Use the window option of streamstats to limit the range calculation to the current row and the previous row.

| streamstats window=1 range(_time) as Difference by InterchangeID

 

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If this reply helps you, an upvote would be appreciated.

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Razziq
Explorer

@richgalloway  Thank you! I was able to add window=2 to the search and verified that the timings look accurate after finding the total time and checking against each individual row's timing. For some reason window=1 resulted in all 0 results, but 2 worked as expected. Thanks again!

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