Creating a histogram on count of terms

I am currently working on a project in which I am storing user activity
logs in elasticsearch. the user field in the log is like
{"user":"abc@yahoo.com"}. I have a timestamp field for each activity, that
describes when this activity was recorded. Can i generate date histogram on
the basis of number of users in a particular time period. eg the histogram
entry must show the number of users on that time. I can have this
implemented by obtaining facet counts, but i need to get counts on various
intervals and various ranges with minimum queries. Please guide me in this
regard. Thanks.

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Use range query (
http://www.elasticsearch.org/guide/reference/query-dsl/range-query/) to
obtain users in a specific range and then apply facets on it to obtain
counts

On Fri, May 17, 2013 at 12:10 PM, atifa.perveen@elastica.co wrote:

I am currently working on a project in which I am storing user activity
logs in elasticsearch. the user field in the log is like {"user":"
abc@yahoo.com"}. I have a timestamp field for each activity, that
describes when this activity was recorded. Can i generate date histogram on
the basis of number of users in a particular time period. eg the histogram
entry must show the number of users on that time. I can have this
implemented by obtaining facet counts, but i need to get counts on various
intervals and various ranges with minimum queries. Please guide me in this
regard. Thanks.

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Thanks,
Aash

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