I have built this TimeLion query that works:
.es('PID:123 AND event:"Button%20Clicked"').divide(.es('PID:123 AND event:*')).multiply(100).lines().label('Rate as %')
But sometimes there are no values to plot, so TimeLion draws nothing leaving an empty gap in the line graph.
I tried using the fit('none') function but it didn't draw a direct line between the surrounding data points. Instead it plateaued the data which is incorrect:
.es('PID:fashionseoul AND event:"Trendi%20Button%20Clicked"').divide(.es('PID:fashionseoul AND event:*')).multiply(100).lines().fit('none').label('Rate as %').legend('ne')
So I saw there is a condtion() function that may help. How do I use this function such that if a data point is null, to set it to 0 (zero) ?