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How to compare and generate percentage from two lookup fields?

Minasdad
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file1.csv and file2.csv with a common field of "Tests". Wanting to compare File2 field "Tests" against file1.csv field "Tests" and generate a percentage. Example file1.csv has 4 test vs. file2.csv with 2, generating a percentage of 50%.

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marysan
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| inputlookup file1.csv 
| eventstats dc(Tests) as file1_tests_count
| dedup file1_tests_count
| inputlookup append=T  file2.csv
| eventstats dc(Tests) as file2_tests_count
| dedup file2_tests_count
| fields file1_tests_count,file2_tests_count
| eval percentage=(file1_tests_count/file2_tests_count*100)

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marysan
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| inputlookup file1.csv 
| eventstats dc(Tests) as file1_tests_count
| dedup file1_tests_count
| inputlookup append=T  file2.csv
| eventstats dc(Tests) as file2_tests_count
| dedup file2_tests_count
| fields file1_tests_count,file2_tests_count
| eval percentage=(file1_tests_count/file2_tests_count*100)

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gcusello
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Hi  @Minasdad,

let me understand: you want to display the persentage of the count of lookup2 respect lookup1, is it correct?

I f this is your need, please try this:

| inputlookup file1.csv
| stats count 
| eval lookup=file2
| append [ 
   | inputlookup file1.csv
   | stats count
   | eval lookup=file2
   ]
| transpose header_field=lookup
| eval perc=round(file2/file1*100,2)
| table perc

Ciao.

Giuseppe

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