Data aggregations

Reading all the previous articles about Insights, you've come to a place where there is just one last thing that remains to be explained: Data aggregations.

As puts it, "Data aggregation is the process of gathering data and presenting it in a summarised format. The data may be gathered from multiple data sources with the intent of combining these data sources into a summary for data analysis."

Where do you find Data aggregations in Appmixer, you may wonder. Well, if you find yourself creating a chart, you'll find that out. 👇

Let's spend a minute looking at the aggregation types offered in Appmixer.

Date Histogram Similar to the normal histogram, but it can only be used with date or date range values, typically in combination with the special purpose "@timestamp" field.

Sum Adds together all the specified data to get a total.

Min Displays the lowest value for each category.

Max Displays the highest value for each category.

Average Computes the average value of the specific data.

Unique Count Counts the total number of unique data entries for each category.

Range A multi-bucket value source based aggregation that enables the user to define a set of ranges - each representing a bucket.

Filter Narrows the set of data to that that matches a query.

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