Splunk Search
Highlighted

How to plot username (non-numeric) value on the y-axis on a scatter chart?

Contributor

I have a log in the following format:

username=nan time=09:00 operation=login
username=ver time=10:00 opertiaon=logout
username=ves time=09:00 operation=login
username=ves time=10:00 opetaion=logout

I need the output in the following format as a scatter plot. I am able to make it in a table, but not in scatter chart.
alt text

0 Karma
Highlighted

Re: How to plot username (non-numeric) value on the y-axis on a scatter chart?

Influencer

Hey Venkat,

Why not try something like this?

... | timechart count(eval(operation="login")) as logins, count(eval(operation="logout")) as logouts by username

Then chose a bar/column chart visualization?

0 Karma
Highlighted

Re: How to plot username (non-numeric) value on the y-axis on a scatter chart?

Contributor

Hi aljohnson_splunk,
Thanks for the response, but we have more than 30+ users and 5 to 6 operations , in that case the following solution gives
"These results may be truncated. Your search generated too much data for the current visualization configuration." notifaction

0 Karma
Highlighted

Re: How to plot username (non-numeric) value on the y-axis on a scatter chart?

Influencer

Change the time range and the span, e.g.

... earliest=-2w | timechart span=1d count(eval(operation="operation1")) as operation1 .... and so on
0 Karma
Speak Up for Splunk Careers!

We want to better understand the impact Splunk experience and expertise has has on individuals' careers, and help highlight the growing demand for Splunk skills.