About the Splunk Dashboard Studio tutorial
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In this tutorial, you are a representative of Buttercup Games, a fictitious online store that sells games and related items. You want to present an update on revenue and purchasing trends. Follow along with the Splunk Dashboard Studio tutorial to create a dashboard that tells your story.
With Splunk Dashboard Studio, you can report on important metrics and historical trends by building creative, customizable dashboards. You can complete this Dashboard Studio tutorial in either Splunk Cloud Platform or Splunk Enterprise. You will create a dashboard for Buttercup Games by completing the following tasks.
- Add and configure data sources
- Add and format different visualizations
- Add inputs
- Make changes to a dashboard using the visual editor and the source code editor
- Apply customization options across the dashboard with dashboard default settings
- Export and share your dashboard
Each part of the Splunk Dashboard Studio tutorial builds on the previous steps. Follow along with this tutorial sequentially to ensure that your dashboard is fully functional.
- Part 1: Getting started with the Splunk Dashboard Studio tutorial
- Part 2: Create a dashboard
- Part 3: Add a table with column formatting
- Part 4: Add a pie chart visualization
- Part 5: Add area charts using chain searches
- Part 6: Add a single value visualization
- Part 7: Add an input
- Part 8: Apply customization options with dashboard default settings
- Part 9: Polish up your dashboard
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Part 1 Getting started with the Splunk Dashboard Studio tutorial
This documentation applies to the following versions of Splunk Cloud Platform™: 8.2.2111, 8.2.2112, 8.2.2201 (latest FedRAMP release), 8.2.2202, 8.2.2109