Honeycomb has several types of graphs, to explore your query results in multiple ways.
Most are found in the Graph Settings menu:
Line Graphs or Stacked Graphs
A Line Graph displays each group as a line
of values over time.
You can read the value at a particular time directly from the Y axis on the left side of the graph.
A Stacked Graph displays groups as stacked
colored areas under their line graphs.
Each shows a group’s relative contribution to the total.
The Y axis reflects the sum of all groups.
Linear Scale or Log Scale
The Y axis of a Linear Scale graph increases by a fixed amount as values increase.
It is useful for data with a limited range of expected values.
The Y axis of a Log Scale graph increases exponentially.
Each Y value increase represents an order of magnitude (10n) change.
A Log Scale graph is useful for data with an extremely large range of values.
UTC Time or Local Time X-Axis
UTC Time displays the X axis in Coordinated Universal Time, the time at 0° longitude.
UTC is sometimes referred to as Greenwich Mean Time (GMT).
UTC does not observe Daylight Savings Time.
Local Time displays the X axis in your browser’s local time.
Omit Missing Values or Fill Missing Values in with Zeros
Omit Missing Values interpolates between points when the intervening time buckets have no matching events.
Fill Missing Values in with Zeros substitutes zero values for time buckets with no matching events.