How to implement complex logic in the Kibana


(peter) #1

Hi,

I'm a fresh to Kibana. Currently I have stored all my data in the ElasticSearch, I want to calculate 'residual rate' for my website, the calculation should compare current day value with last day value for every day. Can I implement it in the Kibana (I think it maybe need several queries in ElasticSearch to implement)?

Thanks in advance!


(Mark Walkom) #2

That's not something that you can do in KB at the moment.
There are new aggs coming - pipeline aggs - that will be able to do some of this.


(peter) #3

Thanks for reply. I will use elasticsearch java api to get data then display it using js.


(Tanya Bragin) #4

Btw, Timelion plugin for Kibana was just released, which makes comparing series in different time frames trivial: https://www.elastic.co/blog/timelion-timeline


(alainc) #5

on Timelion the offset function can help in those type of measure i think.


(system) #6