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How can I get top x results and then do stats on top x

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I have web page logs that have several fields. The important ones for this are CDN locations x_edge_location and the response time time_taken

How can I first find out top 5 x_edge_location and then do a stats on those top 5 locations for average time_taken?

Tried the following, does not work

...| top 5 x_edge_location | fields x_edge_location, time_taken | stats avg(time_taken) by x_edge_location

I guess its not working, because top does not return any additional fields other than the field on which top operation is carried out and the count.

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Path Finder

| stats count as total avg(time_taken) as Avg by x_edge_location | sort 5 -total

Please try this and let me know if this works !

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Path Finder

| stats count as total avg(time_taken) as Avg by x_edge_location | sort 5 -total

Please try this and let me know if this works !

View solution in original post

Contributor

Wow! Why I did not think that way. That is what exactly I was looking for. Thank you.

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Contributor

It will be nice to have a feature like this.

| stats avg(time_taken) by top 5 x_edge_location

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