Dashboards & Visualizations

Vertical line in Bubble chart

sssignals
Path Finder

Hi Splunk community

I have a bubble chart generated using the following (x-axis: PortThroughput y-axis: SYSID)
| eventstats avg(PortThroughput) as avg by Port, stdev(PortThroughput) as std by Subsystem
| stats count by Port, PortThroughput, Subsystem
| table Subsystem PortThroughput SYSID count

I wanted to plot a vertical line for at PortThroughput = avg + 3*std but there is no chart overlay. Is this possible using simple xml? Thanks.

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jitendragupta
Path Finder

I am not clear with your full scenario. Please add a screenshot of your final graph. As u said u want to add the third line to the graph, I would suggest using a 3D graph in this case. Check this 3D chart screenshot as per your requirements:

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kairobink
Communicator

Sorry for interrupting the answer her, but this chart is amazing.
What does it called, is it an app? How can i aquire this in my Splunk?

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jitendragupta
Path Finder

This is 3D Scatterplot - Custom Visualization app for Splunk.
U can download and install it in Splunk from this link:

https://splunkbase.splunk.com/app/3138/

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niketnilay
Legend

@sssignals I had following two options

1) Based on percent location in chart CSS would be able to do this: https://answers.splunk.com/answers/681701/how-to-add-division-line-on-the-scatter-chart.html

2) If you are on Splunk 7x, you can use Chart Annotation: https://answers.splunk.com/answers/736771/can-annotations-be-be-added-manually-without-timec.html

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sssignals
Path Finder

Hi @niketnilay

Tried annotation and the error says bubble does not support annotation. Thank you for your suggestion. 😃

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