I have an aggregation pie chart, which has a single row field_name. When I click on it, I see that its “Number of Values” has a default value of 15. So far so good, because too many values in a pie chart will graphically overload it. So I intend to keep this default.
But when my dimension, field_name, has, ex., 20 values:
How do I show last five 16-20 as a single one - named and calculated as “Others”?
I think there was a post about the top 10 percent and the rest called “Others” a while back, not sure where it is but I personally haven’t seen a way to show this in the newer version. It might be under Enterprise or have a different name.
I do know a while back this was a widget that could do this called Quick Values.
The issue is that if the “Others” feature is not available, I must rename my charts from, ex., “ACTION” to “Top 10 ACTIONS”. So as to let user know that other values can be present but cannot be shown.
At least I would like to know if feature is available or not. And availability by editions - open/enterprise.
PS. Does Graylog has any kind of Developer License for Enterprise version with full features?
I seen that post also. The one I can member was a couple of community members joined the discussion on that post. The name of the post didn’t match the description. Ill try to find it for you and post it here.
I’m not 100% sure but you may have to. I don’t see way of doing that right now.
I scanned the forum and doc’s. What you want is “Quick Values” as I showed above. The calculations for your TOP 10 with the group called “Other” on a pie graph etc… I believe this was dropped after version 3.0. But I did find this and it seams like something you may want.
Beware I’m not sure it will work with your version.
You could always post a Feature request if you want here.