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show in a graph a numbers with two numbers after comma

tissparkle
Explorer

hi, I would like to build a graph with these values:

a 100
b 97,56
c 99,34

my issue is when i try to see a graph.. there is only one value show it in a graph the "A" and "100". The other values are not in a graph.
Why?

thx u soo much

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1 Solution

Ayn
Legend

Most likely because Splunk doesn't consider the fields to be numerical. By default Splunk will consider "." to be a decimal sign but not ",". Short fix would be to replace "," with "." in your numbers.

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ddrillic
Ultra Champion

This should do it -

your base search
| eval basavalue="97,56"
| rex field=basavalue mode=sed "s/,/./g"
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Ayn
Legend

Most likely because Splunk doesn't consider the fields to be numerical. By default Splunk will consider "." to be a decimal sign but not ",". Short fix would be to replace "," with "." in your numbers.

marcoscala
Builder

no way to converto those "string" into values?!?

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rapmancz
Explorer

I have same issue. Is there any easy fix?

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