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How to write a search that returns count totals and percentages?

splunk_hvijay
Explorer

I have some tables like below extracting from a csv file.

BusinessUnit      Status           SLAMET

Finance           Mailed           On-Time
Finance           Mailed           Late
Finance           Mailed           Early
Finance           Processed        No Status
Finance           Processed        No Status
HR               Mailed           On-Time
HR                Mailed           Late
HR                Mailed           Early
HR                Processed        No Status
HR                Processed        No Status  

I want to write a search query which returns the counts and percentages as below.. Can someone please help?

BusinessUnit    Total    OnTime    %OnTime    Late     %Late   Early     %Early
Finance            5        1         20%       1        20%     1        20%
HR               5        1         20%       1        20%     1        20%
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somesoni2
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Try like this

your current search giving fields BusinessUnit, Status, SLAMET 
| stats count as Total count(eval(SLAMET="On-Time")) as OnTime count(eval(SLAMET="Late")) as Late count(eval(SLAMET="Early")) as Early | eval "%Ontime"=tostring(round(OnTime*100/Total,1))."%" | eval "%Late"=tostring(round(Late*100/Total,1))."%" | eval "%Early"=tostring(round(Early*100/Total,1))."%"
| table BusinessUnit Total OnTime "%OnTime" Late "%Late" Early "%Early"

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somesoni2
Revered Legend

Try like this

your current search giving fields BusinessUnit, Status, SLAMET 
| stats count as Total count(eval(SLAMET="On-Time")) as OnTime count(eval(SLAMET="Late")) as Late count(eval(SLAMET="Early")) as Early | eval "%Ontime"=tostring(round(OnTime*100/Total,1))."%" | eval "%Late"=tostring(round(Late*100/Total,1))."%" | eval "%Early"=tostring(round(Early*100/Total,1))."%"
| table BusinessUnit Total OnTime "%OnTime" Late "%Late" Early "%Early"
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splunk_hvijay
Explorer

Thank You.. I just added the "stats by BusinessUnit" in the query. Thanks so much again.

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