I can see how to select a color palette for a kibanaq dashboard lens visualization, but what I'd really like to be able to do is choose a particular field (like a "bad" field) and assign it red, and choose a "good" field and assign it green. I can't figure out how to do - is it possible?
In the meantime, there is a bit of an inelegant workaround. It may or may not work for you.
You should be able to use [runtime fields](https://runtime fields) added to your data view to map specific values to specific ranges and color based on those numeric ranges. You could have a table with two columns where one cell on each row displays the value and the other mapped value and the corresponding color.
Is there an active example of how to utilize runtime fields in our dashboards? The documentation says it can be done without changing the code, but everything I see requires some API configuration. Could I get a bit more clarity on this? Much appreciated.
Thanks for the response, I see where to edit the script but I still have a few questions.
1). Where do I specify color? So if I suppose have values that are ranging between 1-50 and I want them to be green, and 51-100 and have them be red, where and how do I specify that in the script/service?
2). If I create this runtime field, how do I apply it to the graph on my dashboard?
3). We update our data via Jenkins scripts every 24 hours, would we need to modify the particular graph we're editing with the runtime field manually?