Honeycomb has several types of graphs, to explore your query results in multiple ways. Customize your display and how you interact with your data by using:
The Markers Menu, Download Query Results, and Graph Settings menu icons appear after a query runs in Query Builder. These three icons - text bubble, download, and gear respectively - appear directly below the time picker and the Query Builder interface.
Select each icon to open its menu options.
Control how Markers display on the query results, either by filtering or changing the markers’ appearance.
Hide or show markers in the results display either by using the Graph Settings menu or the
m keyboard shortcut.
Access the Filter Markers modal either by using the Graph Settings menu or the
l keyboard shortcut.
This option label remains static in the menu.
Then, the Filter Markers modal appears with the option to Filter by value with a search box to enter terms, or Filter by type with a list of facets to select. Select Submit to update the display of markers.
These download options remain static in the menu.
Use Download CSV to download the query results in
Use Download JSON to download the query results in JSON format.
These Graph Settings menu options control the appearance of the query results. Select an option to apply it to the current query results. The selected option in the menu then updates to display the opposite of that option. For example, Display Line Graphs becomes Display Stacked Graphs.
Honeycomb renders a separate chart for every VISUALIZE clause in your query by default.
Checking Prefer Overlaid Charts combines any visualized
PERCENTILE clauses into a single chart.
Supported operations include:
Charts will not overlay for queries that have a GROUP BY clause. Unsupported operations include:
GROUP BY(removes overlays)
Graph Hovers appear in the results display when hovering over a graph.
Hide or show Graph Hovers either by using the Graph Settings menu or the
w keyboard shortcut.
For example, use this setting to remove any obstruction to the overall graph display, or to optimize for screenshot purposes.