Multiple ranges on x axis

(S Roy) #1

How do I display multiple ranges on x axis on a Kibana Graph?

(Shaunak Kashyap) #2

If I understand your question correctly, I believe you are looking for something like this: If so, that isn't currently supported in Kibana but you could use Timelion, a Kibana plugin, for it instead.

If I didn't understand your question, could you please elaborate on it, perhaps with an example? Thanks.

(S Roy) #3

I did give Kibana a try.
The support that Kibana provided is pretty limited. Is there a way to generate the query criteria using the discover pane?

(Shaunak Kashyap) #4

Apologies but I'm not sure I understand. Kibana generates the query criteria automatically based on the visualizations you create and the search query/filters you might specify using the search bar at the top of Kibana:

Does that help or were you asking about something else?

(S Roy) #5

Sorry I meant to say timelion. I have been able to do the offset grapghs with timelion. When I showed it to the users they complained it is too difficult to generate the query pattern. They want an easy graphical interface for generating the query.

(Shaunak Kashyap) #6

Ah, gotcha. Yeah, we don't currently have a GUI for generating queries. Feel free to create an issue for an enhancement request in Also, pull requests are always welcome :slight_smile:

(S Roy) #7

As per your suggestion I created an issue.
"GUI for generating the data source string #157"

Any guidance on how the capability can be developed?

(Shaunak Kashyap) #8

Any guidance on how the capability can be developed?

As timelion is open-source the capability will get developed by whoever might be sufficiently motivated to build it. This usually requires understanding the codebase and then submitting a pull request to add to it.

(system) #9