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Log Graph

Switch between the Log List and the Log Graph modes by clicking on the Log Mode button:

Log graph switch

Log Graph query

Use the query to control what’s displayed in your Log Graph:

  1. Choose a Measure or Facet to graph. Measure lets you choose the aggregation function whereas Facet displays the unique count.

    choose measure facet
  2. Select the aggregation function for the Measure you want to graph:

    aggregation function for Log Graph
  3. Use Tag or Facet to split your graph.

    split by Log Graph
  4. Choose to display either the X top or bottom values according to the selected measure.

    top bottom button
  5. Choose the graph Timesteps. Changing the global timeframe changes the list of available Timesteps values.

    Timestep

Visualizations

Select a Log Graph visualization type using the graph selector:

Log Graph selector

Available visualizations:

Timeseries

Visualize the evolution of a single measure (or a facet unique count of values) over a selected time frame, and (optionally) split by an available facet.

The following timeseries Log Graph shows: The evolution of the top 5 URL Paths according to the number of unique Client IPs over the last month.

timeserie example

Top List

Visualize the top values from a facet according to the chosen measure:

The following Top List Log Graph shows: The evolution of the top 5 URL Paths according to the number of unique Client IPs over the last month.

top list example

Select or click on a section of the graph to either zoom in the graph or see the list of logs corresponding to your selection:

view logs

Export

view logs button

Export your Log Graph:

Dashboard

This functionality is still in beta, contact our support team to activate it for your organization.

Use the Timeseries widget to display log graph directly in your Dashboards.

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