Hi @thomasneirynck, @ppisljar
I'm building upon the code provided in the Developing Visualizations webinar.
I've successfully enabled the timepicker and my visualizations get properly updated.
Now I want to query and filter it.
How would I go about it?
P.S.: I'm not in editorMode.
do you want to send a filter to the filter-bar when you click on a part of your chart?
For that, you will have to use the filter event-handler.
For some sample code, you can dig around some of the existing visualizations in Kibana. For example, this is how we do it when clicking a tag on the tag-cloud:
This produces a filter for that particular term.
i think he is talking about embedding visualizations in his app ?
currently the only way to do that is by loading the saved object on your own and adding filters/query to the
searchSource and then calling
there are plans to make this easier in the future.
@thomasneirynck there is a nicer way to apply filters on click (check the webinar code) which doesn't require creating AggConfigResults
@thomasneirynck @ppisljar Yes I mean an embedded visualization in the app plugin.
How can I do it with AggConfigResults?
Right now I can filter the visualizations using the timepicker and I've successfully used the kbn-top-nav with the query-bar directives in the plugin, and can filter using text queries.
I'm trying to use the filter-bar directive (I've had to import it, it isn't include using autoload/all) but no luck with it so far.
The plan is to use the filter-bar along the click thing with the visualizations.
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