Visualization for multiple plots in Kibana with filters


(Ken Liao) #1

I am trying to achieve the following on Kibana: I would like to plot two plots on the same graph with the following data structures

A:
"_source": {
"@timestamp": "2017-05-21T05:14:36.277",
"topic_name": "/topic_A",
"data": {
"pose":1
}
}

B:
"_source": {
"@timestamp": "2017-05-21T05:14:36.277",
"topic_name": "/topic_B",
"data": {
"pose":2
}
}
I would like to plot A and B on the same graph. So I first perform the search on the search bar with:

topic_name:topic_A OR topic_name:topic_B

It shows one set of data which is an union of these two sets but I would like to plot A vs timestamp & B vs timestamp (two plots) on the same graph. I try to use the JSON Input feature (JSON Input for Kibana charts) but couldn't get it to work. So I am wondering what are the ways to achieving this without changing the data structure. Thanks!


(Tyler Smalley) #2

What are you looking for in the visualization? Are you interested in comparing data.pose for each topic_name? If so, you can split the chart on the significant terms for topic_name, charting pose. Or, it's possible to do with Timelion and include both points.


(Ken Liao) #3

Hi Tyler. I am trying to do a split chart (add a new x-axis) and use significant term as aggregation but then all the data got merged into one point and the x-axis is now two fields : [topic_A, topic_B].


(system) #4

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