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For Java GC logs, which deliever events in milisecond steps, we would like to build a dashboard with a graph where you can zoom in. Is there a possibility to add zooming functionality to a timechart? It should be similar to the zoom in/out possibilities in the standard search view.

asked 12 May '11, 23:59

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This function is realy missing for a good monitoring tool...

I've found two libraries that could help : http://www.flotcharts.org/flot/examples/zooming/index.html http://www.fusioncharts.com

http://www.highcharts.com/demo/line-time-series http://dygraphs.com/

I hope Splunk will integrate something similar very soon.

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answered 05 Aug '13, 08:03

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Is Sideviews thinking about implementing a way to zoom in charts ? Could you add the Sideviews tag to the first post, to have Sideviews LLC answer that question ?

(05 Aug '13, 08:06) sbsbb

I do not know, I've added a tag

(07 Aug '13, 04:57) chris

Thats the wrong one, it should be " Sideview Utils (free internal use license)"

(09 Aug '13, 07:27) sbsbb

Hey,

I'm working on the same things--zooming in on a flash timeline. I'm working right now in the advanced XML to do a custom drilldown. (Look for "custom drilldown" in Splunk's documentation.) There are a couple of answers here: http://docs.splunk.com/Documentation/Splunk/latest/Developer/TableChartDrilldown

If you find the answer first, let me know! :D

Good luck!

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answered 24 Jan '12, 09:07

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