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SPL2 Search Reference

timechart command overview

The SPL2 timechart command creates a time series chart with a corresponding table of statistics.

A timechart is a aggregation applied to a field to produce a chart, with time used as the X-axis. You can specify a split-by field, where each distinct value of the split-by field becomes a series in the chart.


The required syntax is in bold.

[sep=<string>] [format=<string>] [partial=<boolean>] [cont=<boolean>] [fixedrange=<boolean>] [limit=<int>]
[agg=<aggregation>] [<bin-options>... ]
( (<single-aggregate> [BY <split-by-clause>] ) | (<eval-expression>) BY <split-by-clause> ) )

You must specify either a <single-aggregate> or an <eval-expression> with a BY clause.

See also

timechart command
timechart command syntax details
timechart command usage
timechart command examples
Overview of SPL2 stats and chart functions
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