I'm trying to summarize some data in kibana. If writing in Splunk it would be something like index=network_data stats count by log_type and output would like discrete values in the log_type field. How can I do this in kibana?
Hi Christina, have you tried our Data Table visualization in the Visualize app? Does this look like what you're trying to do?
Yes, is there any way to natively query or do I need to built visualizations each time?
That is a native query, we do things a little different than Splunk
Otherwise you can look at something like Timelion, but the method above is the best one.
Yes thanks I'll work on building out visualizations
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