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Using a coordinate map, you can visualize geographic information in the log file sample data.
Create a Coordinate map and set the search source to
- In the top menu bar, click the time picker on the far right.
- Click Absolute.
- Set the start time to May 18, 2015 and the end time to May 20, 2015.
- Click Go.
You haven’t defined any buckets yet, so the visualization is a map of the world.
Now map the geo coordinates from the log files.
- In the Buckets pane, click Geo Coordinates.
- Set Aggregation to Geohash and Field to geo.coordinates.
- Click Apply changes .
The map now looks like this:
You can navigate the map by clicking and dragging. The controls on the top left of the map enable you to zoom the map and set filters. Give them a try.
Save this map with the name