Splunk® Metrics Workspace

Using the Splunk Metrics Workspace

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Navigating the Splunk Metrics Workspace

The Metrics Workspace contains three panels. The left-side Data panel shows all data sources that are available for analysis. The main panel in the center is where you see your data represented in charts. The right-side Analysis panel lists the aggregations and analytic functions that you can apply to your data.

This screen image shows an overall view of the Metrics Workspace. Different parts of the workspace are labeled with numbers.

Number Element Description
1 Data panel Search or browse for data to view and analyze.
2 Main (center) panel View and manipulate time series of your data.
3 Time range picker Select a common time range to display for all charts.
4 Chart title Chart titles consist of the data source name.
5 Refresh Refresh charts to include the most recent data. Refresh manually or enable auto-refresh.
6 Clear all Clear all charts from the workspace.
7 Grid layout or stack layout Display charts in grid layout, which displays multiple charts in each row, or stack layout, which displays one chart per row.
8 More workspace options Save all charts in the workspace to a dashboard.
9 More chart options Open chart in search, search for related events, save as alert, save as dashboard panel, save as report, clone panel, or export as PNG or CSV.
10 Pinpoint time range Hover to view a shared hairline on all charts. Click and drag to zoom in on a narrower time range.
11 Analysis panel Perform analytic functions and operations.
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This documentation applies to the following versions of Splunk® Metrics Workspace: 1.1.6, 1.1.7


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