Based on your description, this should work, although you still didn't give any field names or show your search. For my example, I will assume that the field name in the csv file is "Number." You will have to fill in the search, it is probably something like "source=myfile.csv"
yoursearchhere | chart count by Number | eval count=count*Number
Pick the visualization that you like to show the results: bar chart or column chart will probably work well.
As others have said, we need more information. Clearly the list of sample data didn't help us to help you.
You talk about the X-axis and Y-axis - what do you mean by that?
If you could simply show the Splunk commands that you are using, and possibly a few lines from the Statistics tab (if you have any results to show), I am sure the community could help quickly and easily.
If you don't have anything else, at least run a search and use the
| table command to list the fields of interest.
It's really difficult to provide any suggestion without proper sample data. Also, is the data indexed in Splunk OR added as lookup table files (since this is CSV)?
Generally, If you've a search generating two columns X and Y, and if you want to calculate another Value as
X*Y to be plotted in y-axis, then we do like this
your current search giving field X and Y | eval Z=X*Y | table X Y Z
Use chart visualizations like line/column/bar/area chart.
If you're sharing sample data, please be sure to highlight all of it and click the "Code Sample" button in the text editing tools to make sure special characters render properly.