Canvas function referenceedit

Behind the scenes, Canvas is driven by a powerful expression language, with dozens of functions and other capabilities, including table transforms, type casting, and sub-expressions.

The Canvas expression language also supports TinyMath functions, which perform complex math calculations.

A * denotes a required argument.

A † denotes an argument can be passed multiple times.

A | B | C | D | E | F | G | H | I | J | K | L | M | N | O | P | Q | R | S | T | U | V | W | X | Y | Z

Aedit

alledit

Returns true if all of the conditions are met. See also any.

Expression syntax

all {neq "foo"} {neq "bar"} {neq "fizz"}
all condition={gt 10} condition={lt 20}

Code example

filters
| demodata
| math "mean(percent_uptime)"
| formatnumber "0.0%"
| metric "Average uptime"
  metricFont={
    font size=48 family="'Open Sans', Helvetica, Arial, sans-serif"
    color={
      if {all {gte 0} {lt 0.8}} then="red" else="green"
    }
    align="center" lHeight=48
  }
| render

This sets the color of the metric text to "red" if the context passed into metric is greater than or equal to 0 and less than 0.8. Otherwise, the color is set to "green".

Accepts: null

ArgumentTypeDescription

Unnamed *

Alias: condition

boolean

The conditions to check.

Returns: boolean

alterColumnedit

Converts between core types, including string, number, null, boolean, and date, and renames columns. See also mapColumn and staticColumn.

Expression syntax

alterColumn "cost" type="string"
alterColumn column="@timestamp" name="foo"

Code example

filters
| demodata
| alterColumn "time" name="time_in_ms" type="number"
| table
| render

This renames the time column to time_in_ms and converts the type of the column’s values from date to number.

Accepts: datatable

ArgumentTypeDescription

Unnamed *

Alias: column

string

The name of the column to alter.

name

string

The resultant column name. Leave blank to not rename.

type

string

The type to convert the column to. Leave blank to not change the type.

Returns: datatable

anyedit

Returns true if at least one of the conditions is met. See also all.

Expression syntax

any {eq "foo"} {eq "bar"} {eq "fizz"}
any condition={lte 10} condition={gt 30}

Code example

filters
| demodata
| filterrows {
    getCell "project" | any {eq "elasticsearch"} {eq "kibana"} {eq "x-pack"}
  }
| pointseries color="project" size="max(price)"
| pie
| render

This filters out any rows that don’t contain "elasticsearch", "kibana" or "x-pack" in the project field.

Accepts: null

ArgumentTypeDescription

Unnamed *

Alias: condition

boolean

The conditions to check.

Returns: boolean

asedit

Creates a datatable with a single value. See also getCell.

Expression syntax

as
as "foo"
as name="bar"

Code example

filters
| demodata
| ply by="project" fn={math "count(username)" | as "num_users"} fn={math "mean(price)" | as "price"}
| pointseries x="project" y="num_users" size="price" color="project"
| plot
| render

as casts any primitive value (string, number, date, null) into a datatable with a single row and a single column with the given name (or defaults to "value" if no name is provided). This is useful when piping a primitive value into a function that only takes datatable as an input.

In the example above, ply expects each fn subexpression to return a datatable in order to merge the results of each fn back into a datatable, but using a math aggregation in the subexpressions returns a single math value, which is then cast into a datatable using as.

Accepts: string, boolean, number, null

ArgumentTypeDescription

Unnamed

Alias: name

string

The name to give the column.

Default: "value"

Returns: datatable

assetedit

Retrieves Canvas workpad asset objects to provide as argument values. Usually images.

Expression syntax

asset "asset-52f14f2b-fee6-4072-92e8-cd2642665d02"
asset id="asset-498f7429-4d56-42a2-a7e4-8bf08d98d114"

Code example

image dataurl={asset "asset-c661a7cc-11be-45a1-a401-d7592ea7917a"} mode="contain"
| render

The image asset stored with the ID "asset-c661a7cc-11be-45a1-a401-d7592ea7917a" is passed into the dataurl argument of the image function to display the stored asset.

Accepts: null

ArgumentTypeDescription

Unnamed *

Alias: id

string

The ID of the asset to retrieve.

Returns: string

axisConfigedit

Configures the axis of a visualization. Only used with plot.

Expression syntax

axisConfig show=false
axisConfig position="right" min=0 max=10 tickSize=1

Code example

filters
| demodata
| pointseries x="size(cost)" y="project" color="project"
| plot defaultStyle={seriesStyle bars=0.75 horizontalBars=true}
  legend=false
  xaxis={axisConfig position="top" min=0 max=400 tickSize=100}
  yaxis={axisConfig position="right"}
| render

This sets the x-axis to display on the top of the chart and sets the range of values to 0-400 with ticks displayed at 100 intervals. The y-axis is configured to display on the right.

Accepts: null

ArgumentTypeDescription

max

number, string, null

The maximum value displayed in the axis. Must be a number, a date in milliseconds since epoch, or an ISO8601 string.

min

number, string, null

The minimum value displayed in the axis. Must be a number, a date in milliseconds since epoch, or an ISO8601 string.

position

string

The position of the axis labels. For example, "top", "bottom", "left", or "right".

Default: "left"

show

boolean

Show the axis labels?

Default: true

tickSize

number, null

The increment size between each tick. Use for number axes only.

Returns: axisConfig

Cedit

caseedit

Builds a case, including a condition and a result, to pass to the switch function.

Expression syntax

case 0 then="red"
case when=5 then="yellow"
case if={lte 50} then="green"

Code example

math "random()"
| progress shape="gauge" label={formatnumber "0%"}
  font={font size=24 family="'Open Sans', Helvetica, Arial, sans-serif" align="center"
    color={
      switch {case if={lte 0.5} then="green"}
        {case if={all {gt 0.5} {lte 0.75}} then="orange"}
        default="red"
    }}
  valueColor={
    switch {case if={lte 0.5} then="green"}
      {case if={all {gt 0.5} {lte 0.75}} then="orange"}
      default="red"
  }
| render

This sets the color of the progress indicator and the color of the label to "green" if the value is less than or equal to 0.5, "orange" if the value is greater than 0.5 and less than or equal to 0.75, and "red" if none of the case conditions are met.

Accepts: any

ArgumentTypeDescription

Unnamed

Alias: when

any

The value compared to the context to see if they are equal. The when argument is ignored when the if argument is also specified.

if

boolean

This value indicates whether the condition is met. The if argument overrides the when argument when both are provided.

then *

any

The value returned if the condition is met.

Returns: case

clearedit

Clears the context, and returns null.

Accepts: null

Returns: null

columnsedit

Includes or excludes columns from a datatable. When both arguments are specified, the excluded columns will be removed first.

Expression syntax

columns include="@timestamp, projects, cost"
columns exclude="username, country, age"

Code example

filters
| demodata
| columns include="price, cost, state, project"
| table
| render

This only keeps the price, cost, state, and project columns from the demodata data source and removes all other columns.

Accepts: datatable

ArgumentTypeDescription

Unnamed

Alias: include

string

A comma-separated list of column names to keep in the datatable.

exclude

string

A comma-separated list of column names to remove from the datatable.

Returns: datatable

compareedit

Compares the context to specified value to determine true or false. Usually used in combination with <<if_fn>> or case. This only works with primitive types, such as number, string, boolean, null. See also eq, gt, gte, lt, lte, neq

Expression syntax

compare "neq" to="elasticsearch"
compare op="lte" to=100

Code example

filters
| demodata
| mapColumn project
  fn={getCell project |
    switch
      {case if={compare eq to=kibana} then=kibana}
      {case if={compare eq to=elasticsearch} then=elasticsearch}
      default="other"
  }
| pointseries size="size(cost)" color="project"
| pie
| render

This maps all project values that aren’t "kibana" and "elasticsearch" to "other". Alternatively, you can use the individual comparator functions instead of compare.

Accepts: string, number, boolean, null

ArgumentTypeDescription

Unnamed

Alias: op

string

The operator to use in the comparison: "eq" (equal to), "gt" (greater than), "gte" (greater than or equal to), "lt" (less than), "lte" (less than or equal to), "ne" or "neq" (not equal to).

Default: "eq"

to

Aliases: b, this

any

The value compared to the context.

Returns: boolean

containerStyleedit

Creates an object used for styling an element’s container, including background, border, and opacity.

Expression syntax

containerStyle backgroundColor="red"’
containerStyle borderRadius="50px"
containerStyle border="1px solid black"
containerStyle padding="5px"
containerStyle opacity="0.5"
containerStyle overflow="hidden"
containerStyle backgroundImage={asset id=asset-f40d2292-cf9e-4f2c-8c6f-a504a25e949c}
  backgroundRepeat="no-repeat"
  backgroundSize="cover"

Code example

shape "star" fill="#E61D35" maintainAspect=true
| render containerStyle={
    containerStyle backgroundColor="#F8D546"
      borderRadius="200px"
      border="4px solid #05509F"
      padding="0px"
      opacity="0.9"
      overflow="hidden"
  }

Accepts: null

ArgumentTypeDescription

backgroundColor

string

A valid CSS background color.

backgroundImage

string

A valid CSS background image.

backgroundRepeat

string

A valid CSS background repeat.

Default: "no-repeat"

backgroundSize

string

A valid CSS background size.

Default: "contain"

border

string

A valid CSS border.

borderRadius

string

The number of pixels to use when rounding the corners.

opacity

number

A number between 0 and 1 that represents the degree of transparency of the element.

overflow

string

A valid CSS overflow.

Default: "hidden"

padding

string

The distance of the content, in pixels, from the border.

Returns: containerStyle

contextedit

Returns whatever you pass into it. This can be useful when you need to use context as argument to a function as a sub-expression.

Expression syntax

context

Code example

date
| formatdate "LLLL"
| markdown "Last updated: " {context}
| render

Using the context function allows us to pass the output, or context, of the previous function as a value to an argument in the next function. Here we get the formatted date string from the previous function and pass it as content for the markdown element.

Accepts: any

Returns: Depends on your input and arguments

csvedit

Creates a datatable from CSV input.

Expression syntax

csv "fruit, stock
  kiwi, 10
  Banana, 5"

Code example

csv "fruit,stock
  kiwi,10
  banana,5"
| pointseries color=fruit size=stock
| pie
| render

This creates a datatable with fruit and stock columns with two rows. This is useful for quickly mocking data.

Accepts: null

ArgumentTypeDescription

Unnamed *

Alias: data

string

The CSV data to use.

delimiter

string

The data separation character.

newline

string

The row separation character.

Returns: datatable

Dedit

dateedit

Returns the current time, or a time parsed from a specified string, as milliseconds since epoch.

Expression syntax

date
date value=1558735195
date "2019-05-24T21:59:55+0000"
date "01/31/2019" format="MM/DD/YYYY"

Code example

date
| formatdate "LLL"
| markdown {context}
  font={font family="Arial, sans-serif" size=30 align="left"
    color="#000000"
    weight="normal"
    underline=false
    italic=false}
| render

Using date without passing any arguments will return the current date and time.

Accepts: null

ArgumentTypeDescription

Unnamed

Alias: value

string

An optional date string that is parsed into milliseconds since epoch. The date string can be either a valid JavaScript Date input or a string to parse using the format argument. Must be an ISO8601 string, or you must provide the format.

format

string

The MomentJS format used to parse the specified date string. For more information, see https://momentjs.com/docs/#/displaying/.

Returns: number

demodataedit

A mock data set that includes project CI times with usernames, countries, and run phases.

Accepts: filter

ArgumentTypeDescription

Unnamed

Alias: type

string

The name of the demo data set to use.

Default: "ci"

Returns: datatable

doedit

Executes multiple sub-expressions, then returns the original context. Use for running functions that produce an action or a side effect without changing the original context.

Accepts: any

ArgumentTypeDescription

Unnamed

Aliases: exp, expression, fn, function

any

The sub-expressions to execute. The return values of these sub-expressions are not available in the root pipeline as this function simply returns the original context.

Returns: Depends on your input and arguments

dropdownControledit

Configures a dropdown filter control element.

Expression syntax

dropdownControl valueColumn=project filterColumn=project
dropdownControl valueColumn=agent filterColumn=agent.keyword filterGroup=group1

Code example

demodata
| dropdownControl valueColumn=project filterColumn=project
| render

This creates a dropdown filter element. It requires a data source and uses the unique values from the given valueColumn (i.e. project) and applies the filter to the project column. Note: filterColumn should point to a keyword type field for Elasticsearch data sources.

Accepts: datatable

ArgumentTypeDescription

filterColumn *

string

The column or field that you want to filter.

filterGroup

string

The group name for the filter.

valueColumn *

string

The column or field from which to extract the unique values for the dropdown control.

Returns: render

Eedit

eqedit

Returns whether the context is equal to the argument.

Expression syntax

eq true
eq null
eq 10
eq "foo"

Code example

filters
| demodata
| mapColumn project
  fn={getCell project |
    switch
      {case if={eq kibana} then=kibana}
      {case if={eq elasticsearch} then=elasticsearch}
      default="other"
  }
| pointseries size="size(cost)" color="project"
| pie
| render

This changes all values in the project column that don’t equal "kibana" or "elasticsearch" to "other".

Accepts: boolean, number, string, null

ArgumentTypeDescription

Unnamed *

Alias: value

boolean, number, string, null

The value compared to the context.

Returns: boolean

escountedit

Query Elasticsearch for the number of hits matching the specified query.

Accepts: filter

ArgumentTypeDescription

Unnamed

Aliases: q, query

string

A Lucene query string.

Default: "-_index:.kibana"

index

string

An index or index pattern. For example, "logstash-*".

Default: _all

Returns: number

esdocsedit

Query Elasticsearch for raw documents. Specify the fields you want to retrieve, especially if you are asking for a lot of rows.

Accepts: filter

ArgumentTypeDescription

Unnamed

Aliases: q, query

string

A Lucene query string.

Default: "-_index:.kibana"

count

number

The number of documents to retrieve. For better performance, use a smaller data set.

Default: 1000

fields

string

A comma-separated list of fields. For better performance, use fewer fields.

index

string

An index or index pattern. For example, "logstash-*".

Default: _all

metaFields

string

Comma separated list of meta fields. For example, "_index,_type".

sort

string

The sort direction formatted as "field, direction". For example, "@timestamp, desc" or "bytes, asc".

Returns: datatable

essqledit

Queries Elasticsearch using Elasticsearch SQL.

Accepts: filter

ArgumentTypeDescription

Unnamed

Aliases: q, query

string

An Elasticsearch SQL query.

count

number

The number of documents to retrieve. For better performance, use a smaller data set.

Default: 1000

timezone

Alias: tz

string

The timezone to use for date operations. Valid ISO8601 formats and UTC offsets both work.

Default: UTC

Returns: datatable

exactlyedit

Creates a filter that matches a given column to an exact value.

Expression syntax

exactly "state" value="running"
exactly "age" value=50 filterGroup="group2"
exactly column="project" value="beats"

Code example

filters
| exactly column=project value=elasticsearch
| demodata
| pointseries x=project y="mean(age)"
| plot defaultStyle={seriesStyle bars=1}
| render

The exactly filter here is added to existing filters retrieved by the filters function and further filters down the data to only have "elasticsearch" data. The exactly filter only applies to this one specific element and will not affect other elements in the workpad.

Accepts: filter

ArgumentTypeDescription

column *

Aliases: c, field

string

The column or field that you want to filter.

filterGroup

string

The group name for the filter.

value *

Aliases: v, val

string

The value to match exactly, including white space and capitalization.

Returns: filter

Fedit

filterrowsedit

Filters rows in a datatable based on the return value of a sub-expression.

Expression syntax

filterrows {getCell "project" | eq "kibana"}
filterrows fn={getCell "age" | gt 50}

Code example

filters
| demodata
| filterrows {getCell "country" | any {eq "IN"} {eq "US"} {eq "CN"}}
| mapColumn "@timestamp"
  fn={getCell "@timestamp" | rounddate "YYYY-MM"}
| alterColumn "@timestamp" type="date"
| pointseries x="@timestamp" y="mean(cost)" color="country"
| plot defaultStyle={seriesStyle points="2" lines="1"}
  palette={palette "#01A4A4" "#CC6666" "#D0D102" "#616161" "#00A1CB" "#32742C" "#F18D05" "#113F8C" "#61AE24" "#D70060" gradient=false}
| render

This uses filterrows to only keep data from India (IN), the United States (US), and China (CN).

Accepts: datatable

ArgumentTypeDescription

Unnamed *

Aliases: exp, expression, fn, function

boolean

An expression to pass into each row in the datatable. The expression should return a boolean. A true value preserves the row, and a false value removes it.

Returns: datatable

filtersedit

Aggregates element filters from the workpad for use elsewhere, usually a data source.

Expression syntax

filters
filters group="timefilter1"
filters group="timefilter2" group="dropdownfilter1" ungrouped=true

Code example

filters group=group2 ungrouped=true
| demodata
| pointseries x="project" y="size(cost)" color="project"
| plot defaultStyle={seriesStyle bars=0.75} legend=false
  font={
    font size=14
    family="'Open Sans', Helvetica, Arial, sans-serif"
    align="left"
    color="#FFFFFF"
    weight="lighter"
    underline=true
    italic=true
  }
| render

filters sets the existing filters as context and accepts a group parameter to opt into specific filter groups. Setting ungrouped to true opts out of using global filters.

Accepts: null

ArgumentTypeDescription

Unnamed

Alias: group

string

The name of the filter group to use.

ungrouped

Aliases: nogroup, nogroups

boolean

Exclude filters that belong to a filter group?

Default: false

Returns: filter

fontedit

Creates a font style.

Expression syntax

font size=12
font family=Arial
font align=middle
font color=pink
font weight=lighter
font underline=true
font italic=false
font lHeight=32

Code example

filters
| demodata
| pointseries x="project" y="size(cost)" color="project"
| plot defaultStyle={seriesStyle bars=0.75} legend=false
  font={
    font size=14
    family="'Open Sans', Helvetica, Arial, sans-serif"
    align="left"
    color="#FFFFFF"
    weight="lighter"
    underline=true
    italic=true
  }
| render

Accepts: null

ArgumentTypeDescription

align

string

The horizontal text alignment.

Default: left

color

string

The text color.

family

string

An acceptable CSS web font string

Default: "'Open Sans', Helvetica, Arial, sans-serif"

italic

boolean

Italicize the text?

Default: false

lHeight

Alias: lineHeight

number, null

The line height in pixels

Default: null

size

number

The font size in pixels

Default: 14

underline

boolean

Underline the text?

Default: false

weight

string

The font weight. For example, "normal", "bold", "bolder", "lighter", "100", "200", "300", "400", "500", "600", "700", "800", or "900".

Default: normal

Returns: style

formatdateedit

Formats an ISO8601 date string or a date in milliseconds since epoch using MomentJS. See https://momentjs.com/docs/#/displaying/.

Expression syntax

formatdate format="YYYY-MM-DD"
formatdate "MM/DD/YYYY"

Code example

filters
| demodata
| mapColumn "time" fn={getCell time | formatdate "MMM 'YY"}
| pointseries x="time" y="sum(price)" color="state"
| plot defaultStyle={seriesStyle points=5}
| render

This transforms the dates in the time field into strings that look like "Jan ‘19", "Feb ‘19", etc. using a MomentJS format.

Accepts: number, string

ArgumentTypeDescription

Unnamed *

Alias: format

string

A MomentJS format. For example, "MM/DD/YYYY". See https://momentjs.com/docs/#/displaying/.

Returns: string

formatnumberedit

Formats a number into a formatted number string using NumeralJS. For more information, see http://numeraljs.com/#format.

Expression syntax

formatnumber format="$0,0.00"
formatnumber "0.0a"

Code example

filters
| demodata
| math "mean(percent_uptime)"
| progress shape="gauge"
  label={formatnumber "0%"}
  font={font size=24 family="'Open Sans', Helvetica, Arial, sans-serif" color="#000000" align="center"}
| render

The formatnumber subexpression receives the same context as the progress function, which is the output of the math function. It formats the value into a percentage.

Accepts: number

ArgumentTypeDescription

Unnamed *

Alias: format

string

A NumeralJS format string. For example, "0.0a" or "0%". See http://numeraljs.com/#format.

Returns: string

Gedit

getCelledit

Fetches a single cell from a datatable.

Accepts: datatable

ArgumentTypeDescription

Unnamed

Aliases: c, column

string

The name of the column to fetch the value from. If not provided, the value is retrieved from the first column.

row

Alias: r

number

The row number, starting at 0.

Default: 0

Returns: Depends on your input and arguments

gtedit

Returns whether the context is greater than the argument.

Accepts: number, string

ArgumentTypeDescription

Unnamed *

Alias: value

number, string

The value compared to the context.

Returns: boolean

gteedit

Returns whether the context is greater or equal to the argument.

Accepts: number, string

ArgumentTypeDescription

Unnamed *

Alias: value

number, string

The value compared to the context.

Returns: boolean

Hedit

headedit

Retrieves the first N rows from the datatable. See also tail.

Accepts: datatable

ArgumentTypeDescription

Unnamed

Alias: count

number

The number of rows to retrieve from the beginning of the datatable.

Default: 1

Returns: datatable

Iedit

ifedit

Performs conditional logic.

Accepts: any

ArgumentTypeDescription

Unnamed *

Alias: condition

boolean

A true or false indicating whether a condition is met, usually returned by a sub-expression. When unspecified, the original context is returned.

else

any

The return value when the condition is false. When unspecified and the condition is not met, the original context is returned.

then

any

The return value when the condition is true. When unspecified and the condition is met, the original context is returned.

Returns: Depends on your input and arguments

imageedit

Displays an image. Provide an image asset as a base64 data URL, or pass in a sub-expression.

Accepts: null

ArgumentTypeDescription

Unnamed

Aliases: dataurl, url

string, null

The HTTP(S) URL or base64 data URL of an image.

Example value for the Unnamed argument, formatted as a base64 data URL: [source, url] ------------ data:image/svg+xml;base64,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 ------------

mode

string

"contain" shows the entire image, scaled to fit. "cover" fills the container with the image, cropping from the sides or bottom as needed. "stretch" resizes the height and width of the image to 100% of the container.

Default: "contain"

Returns: image

Jedit

joinRowsedit

Concatenates values from rows in a datatable into a single string.

Accepts: datatable

ArgumentTypeDescription

Unnamed *

Alias: column

string

The column or field from which to extract the values.

distinct

boolean

Extract only unique values?

Default: true

quote

string

The quote character to wrap around each extracted value.

Default: "'"

separator

Aliases: delimiter, sep

string

The delimiter to insert between each extracted value.

Default: ","

Returns: string

Ledit

locationedit

Find your current location using the Geolocation API of the browser. Performance can vary, but is fairly accurate. See https://developer.mozilla.org/en-US/docs/Web/API/Navigator/geolocation. Don’t use location if you plan to generate PDFs as this function requires user input.

Accepts: null

Returns: datatable

ltedit

Returns whether the context is less than the argument.

Accepts: number, string

ArgumentTypeDescription

Unnamed *

Alias: value

number, string

The value compared to the context.

Returns: boolean

lteedit

Returns whether the context is less than or equal to the argument.

Accepts: number, string

ArgumentTypeDescription

Unnamed *

Alias: value

number, string

The value compared to the context.

Returns: boolean

Medit

mapColumnedit

Adds a column calculated as the result of other columns. Changes are made only when you provide arguments.See also alterColumn and staticColumn.

Accepts: datatable

ArgumentTypeDescription

Unnamed *

Aliases: column, name

string

The name of the resulting column.

expression *

Aliases: exp, fn, function

boolean, number, string, null

A Canvas expression that is passed to each row as a single row datatable.

Returns: datatable

markdownedit

Adds an element that renders Markdown text. TIP: Use the markdown function for single numbers, metrics, and paragraphs of text.

Accepts: datatable, null

ArgumentTypeDescription

Unnamed

Aliases: content, expression

string

A string of text that contains Markdown. To concatenate, pass the string function multiple times.

Default: ""

font

style

The CSS font properties for the content. For example, "font-family" or "font-weight".

Default: ${font}

Returns: render

mathedit

Interprets a TinyMath math expression using a number or datatable as context. The datatable columns are available by their column name. If the context is a number it is available as value.

Accepts: number, datatable

ArgumentTypeDescription

Unnamed

Alias: expression

string

An evaluated TinyMath expression. See https://www.elastic.co/guide/en/kibana/current/canvas-tinymath-functions.html.

Returns: number

metricedit

Displays a number over a label.

Accepts: number, string, null

ArgumentTypeDescription

Unnamed

Aliases: description, label, text

string

The text describing the metric.

Default: ""

labelFont

style

The CSS font properties for the label. For example, font-family or font-weight.

Default: ${font size=14 family="'Open Sans', Helvetica, Arial, sans-serif" color="#000000" align=center}

metricFont

style

The CSS font properties for the metric. For example, font-family or font-weight.

Default: ${font size=48 family="'Open Sans', Helvetica, Arial, sans-serif" color="#000000" align=center lHeight=48}

metricFormat

Alias: format

string

A NumeralJS format string. For example, "0.0a" or "0%". See http://numeraljs.com/#format.

Returns: render

Nedit

neqedit

Returns whether the context is not equal to the argument.

Accepts: boolean, number, string, null

ArgumentTypeDescription

Unnamed *

Alias: value

boolean, number, string, null

The value compared to the context.

Returns: boolean

Pedit

paletteedit

Creates a color palette.

Accepts: null

ArgumentTypeDescription

Unnamed

Alias: color

string

The palette colors. Accepts an HTML color name, HEX, HSL, HSLA, RGB, or RGBA.

gradient

boolean

Make a gradient palette where supported?

Default: false

reverse

boolean

Reverse the palette?

Default: false

Returns: palette

pieedit

Configures a pie chart element.

Accepts: pointseries

ArgumentTypeDescription

font

style

The CSS font properties for the labels. For example, font-family or font-weight.

Default: ${font}

hole

number

Draws a hole in the pie, between 0 and 100, as a percentage of the pie radius.

Default: 0

labelRadius

number

The percentage of the container area to use as a radius for the label circle.

Default: 100

labels

boolean

Display the pie labels?

Default: true

legend

string, boolean

The legend position. For example, "nw", "sw", "ne", "se", or false. When false, the legend is hidden.

Default: false

palette

palette

A palette object for describing the colors to use in this pie chart.

Default: ${palette}

radius

string, number

The radius of the pie as a percentage, between 0 and 1, of the available space. To automatically set the radius, use "auto".

Default: "auto"

seriesStyle

seriesStyle

A style of a specific series

tilt

number

The percentage of tilt where 1 is fully vertical, and 0 is completely flat.

Default: 1

Returns: render

plotedit

Configures a chart element.

Accepts: pointseries

ArgumentTypeDescription

defaultStyle

seriesStyle

The default style to use for every series.

Default: ${seriesStyle points=5}

font

style

The CSS font properties for the labels. For example, font-family or font-weight.

Default: ${font}

legend

string, boolean

The legend position. For example, "nw", "sw", "ne", "se", or false. When false, the legend is hidden.

Default: "ne"

palette

palette

A palette object for describing the colors to use in this chart.

Default: ${palette}

seriesStyle

seriesStyle

A style of a specific series

xaxis

boolean, axisConfig

The axis configuration. When false, the axis is hidden.

Default: true

yaxis

boolean, axisConfig

The axis configuration. When false, the axis is hidden.

Default: true

Returns: render

plyedit

Subdivides a datatable by the unique values of the specified columns, and passes the resulting tables into an expression, then merges the outputs of each expression.

Accepts: datatable

ArgumentTypeDescription

by

string

The column to subdivide the datatable.

expression

Aliases: exp, fn, function

datatable

An expression to pass each resulting datatable into. Tips: Expressions must return a datatable. Use as to turn literals into `datatable`s. Multiple expressions must return the same number of rows.If you need to return a different row count, pipe into another instance of ply. If multiple expressions returns the columns with the same name, the last one wins.

Returns: datatable

pointseriesedit

Turn a datatable into a point series model. Currently we differentiate measure from dimensions by looking for a TinyMath expression. See https://www.elastic.co/guide/en/kibana/current/canvas-tinymath-functions.html. If you enter a TinyMath expression in your argument, we treat that argument as a measure, otherwise it is a dimension. Dimensions are combined to create unique keys. Measures are then deduplicated by those keys using the specified TinyMath function

Accepts: datatable

ArgumentTypeDescription

color

string

An expression to use in determining the mark’s color.

size

string

The size of the marks. Only applicable to supported elements.

text

string

The text to show on the mark. Only applicable to supported elements.

x

string

The values along the X-axis.

y

string

The values along the Y-axis.

Returns: pointseries

progressedit

Configures a progress element.

Accepts: number

ArgumentTypeDescription

Unnamed

Alias: shape

string

Select "gauge", "horizontalBar", "horizontalPill", "semicircle", "unicorn", "verticalBar", "verticalPill", or "wheel".

Default: "gauge"

barColor

string

The color of the background bar.

Default: "#f0f0f0"

barWeight

number

The thickness of the background bar.

Default: 20

font

style

The CSS font properties for the label. For example, font-family or font-weight.

Default: ${font size=24 family="'Open Sans', Helvetica, Arial, sans-serif" color="#000000" align=center}

label

boolean, string

To show or hide the label, use true or false. Alternatively, provide a string to display as a label.

Default: true

max

number

The maximum value of the progress element.

Default: 1

valueColor

string

The color of the progress bar.

Default: "#1785b0"

valueWeight

number

The thickness of the progress bar.

Default: 20

Returns: render

Redit

renderedit

Renders the context as a specific element and sets element level options, such as background and border styling.

Accepts: render

ArgumentTypeDescription

as

string

The element type to render. You probably want a specialized function instead, such as plot or shape.

containerStyle

containerStyle

The style for the container, including background, border, and opacity.

Default: ${containerStyle}

css

string

Any block of custom CSS to be scoped to the element.

Default: ".canvasRenderEl${}"

Returns: render

repeatImageedit

Configures a repeating image element.

Accepts: number

ArgumentTypeDescription

emptyImage

string, null

Fills the difference between the context and max parameter for the element with this image. Provide an image asset as a base64 data URL, or pass in a sub-expression.

Default: null

image

string, null

The image to repeat. Provide an image asset as a base64 data URL, or pass in a sub-expression.

Example value for the image argument, formatted as a base64 data URL: [source, url] ------------ 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max

number

The maximum number of times the image can repeat.

Default: 1000

size

number

The maximum height or width of the image, in pixels. When the image is taller than it is wide, this function limits the height.

Default: 100

Returns: render

replaceedit

Uses a regular expression to replace parts of a string.

Accepts: string

ArgumentTypeDescription

Unnamed

Aliases: pattern, regex

string

The text or pattern of a JavaScript regular expression. For example, "[aeiou]". You can use capturing groups here.

flags

Alias: modifiers

string

Specify flags. See https://developer.mozilla.org/en-US/docs/Web/JavaScript/Reference/Global_Objects/RegExp.

Default: "g"

replacement

string

The replacement for the matching parts of string. Capturing groups can be accessed by their index. For example, "$1".

Default: ""

Returns: string

revealImageedit

Configures an image reveal element.

Accepts: number

ArgumentTypeDescription

emptyImage

string, null

An optional background image to reveal over. Provide an image asset as a ``base64`` data URL, or pass in a sub-expression.

Default: null

image

string, null

The image to reveal. Provide an image asset as a base64 data URL, or pass in a sub-expression.

Example value for the image argument, formatted as a base64 data URL: [source, url] ------------ data:image/svg+xml,%3C%3Fxml%20version%3D%221.0%22%20encoding%3D%22utf-8%22%3F%3E%0A%3Csvg%20viewBox%3D%22-3.948730230331421%20-1.7549896240234375%20245.25946044921875%20241.40370178222656%22%20width%3D%22245.25946044921875%22%20height%3D%22241.40370178222656%22%20style%3D%22enable-background%3Anew%200%200%20686.2%20235.7%3B%22%20xmlns%3D%22http%3A%2F%2Fwww.w3.org%2F2000%2Fsvg%22%3E%0A%20%20%3Cdefs%3E%0A%20%20%20%20%3Cstyle%20type%3D%22text%2Fcss%22%3E%0A%09.st0%7Bfill%3A%232D2D2D%3B%7D%0A%3C%2Fstyle%3E%0A%20%20%3C%2Fdefs%3E%0A%20%20%3Cg%20transform%3D%22matrix%281%2C%200%2C%200%2C%201%2C%200%2C%200%29%22%3E%0A%20%20%20%20%3Cg%3E%0A%20%20%20%20%20%20%3Cpath%20class%3D%22st0%22%20d%3D%22M329.4%2C160.3l4.7-0.5l0.3%2C9.6c-12.4%2C1.7-23%2C2.6-31.8%2C2.6c-11.7%2C0-20-3.4-24.9-10.2%26%2310%3B%26%239%3B%26%239%3B%26%239%3Bc-4.9-6.8-7.3-17.4-7.3-31.7c0-28.6%2C11.4-42.9%2C34.1-42.9c11%2C0%2C19.2%2C3.1%2C24.6%2C9.2c5.4%2C6.1%2C8.1%2C15.8%2C8.1%2C28.9l-0.7%2C9.3h-53.8%26%2310%3B%26%239%3B%26%239%3B%26%239%3Bc0%2C9%2C1.6%2C15.7%2C4.9%2C20c3.3%2C4.3%2C8.9%2C6.5%2C17%2C6.5C312.8%2C161.2%2C321.1%2C160.9%2C329.4%2C160.3z%20M325%2C124.9c0-10-1.6-17.1-4.8-21.2%26%2310%3B%26%239%3B%26%239%3B%26%239%3Bc-3.2-4.1-8.4-6.2-15.6-6.2c-7.2%2C0-12.7%2C2.2-16.3%2C6.5c-3.6%2C4.3-5.5%2C11.3-5.6%2C20.9H325z%22%2F%3E%0A%20%20%20%20%20%20%3Cpath%20class%3D%22st0%22%20d%3D%22M354.3%2C171.4V64h12.2v107.4H354.3z%22%2F%3E%0A%20%20%20%20%20%20%3Cpath%20class%3D%22st0%22%20d%3D%22M443.5%2C113.5v41.1c0%2C4.1%2C10.1%2C3.9%2C10.1%2C3.9l-0.6%2C10.8c-8.6%2C0-15.7%2C0.7-20-3.4c-9.8%2C4.3-19.5%2C6.1-29.3%2C6.1%26%2310%3B%26%239%3B%26%239%3B%26%239%3Bc-7.5%2C0-13.2-2.1-17.1-6.4c-3.9-4.2-5.9-10.3-5.9-18.3c0-7.9%2C2-13.8%2C6-17.5c4-3.7%2C10.3-6.1%2C18.9-6.9l25.6-2.4v-7%26%2310%3B%26%239%3B%26%239%3B%26%239%3Bc0-5.5-1.2-9.5-3.6-11.9c-2.4-2.4-5.7-3.6-9.8-3.6l-32.1%2C0V87.2h31.3c9.2%2C0%2C15.9%2C2.1%2C20.1%2C6.4C441.4%2C97.8%2C443.5%2C104.5%2C443.5%2C113.5%26%2310%3B%26%239%3B%26%239%3B%26%239%3Bz%20M393.3%2C146.7c0%2C10%2C4.1%2C15%2C12.4%2C15c7.4%2C0%2C14.7-1.2%2C21.8-3.7l3.7-1.3v-26.9l-24.1%2C2.3c-4.9%2C0.4-8.4%2C1.8-10.6%2C4.2%26%2310%3B%26%239%3B%26%239%3B%26%239%3BC394.4%2C138.7%2C393.3%2C142.2%2C393.3%2C146.7z%22%2F%3E%0A%20%20%20%20%20%20%3Cpath%20class%3D%22st0%22%20d%3D%22M491.2%2C98.2c-11.8%2C0-17.8%2C4.1-17.8%2C12.4c0%2C3.8%2C1.4%2C6.5%2C4.1%2C8.1c2.7%2C1.6%2C8.9%2C3.2%2C18.6%2C4.9%26%2310%3B%26%239%3B%26%239%3B%26%239%3Bc9.7%2C1.7%2C16.5%2C4%2C20.5%2C7.1c4%2C3%2C6%2C8.7%2C6%2C17.1c0%2C8.4-2.7%2C14.5-8.1%2C18.4c-5.4%2C3.9-13.2%2C5.9-23.6%2C5.9c-6.7%2C0-29.2-2.5-29.2-2.5%26%2310%3B%26%239%3B%26%239%3B%26%239%3Bl0.7-10.6c12.9%2C1.2%2C22.3%2C2.2%2C28.6%2C2.2c6.3%2C0%2C11.1-1%2C14.4-3c3.3-2%2C5-5.4%2C5-10.1c0-4.7-1.4-7.9-4.2-9.6c-2.8-1.7-9-3.3-18.6-4.8%26%2310%3B%26%239%3B%26%239%3B%26%239%3Bc-9.6-1.5-16.4-3.7-20.4-6.7c-4-2.9-6-8.4-6-16.3c0-7.9%2C2.8-13.8%2C8.4-17.6c5.6-3.8%2C12.6-5.7%2C20.9-5.7c6.6%2C0%2C29.6%2C1.7%2C29.6%2C1.7%26%2310%3B%26%239%3B%26%239%3B%26%239%3Bv10.7C508.1%2C99%2C498.2%2C98.2%2C491.2%2C98.2z%22%2F%3E%0A%20%20%20%20%20%20%3Cpath%20class%3D%22st0%22%20d%3D%22M581.7%2C99.5h-25.9v39c0%2C9.3%2C0.7%2C15.5%2C2%2C18.4c1.4%2C2.9%2C4.6%2C4.4%2C9.7%2C4.4l14.5-1l0.8%2C10.1%26%2310%3B%26%239%3B%26%239%3B%26%239%3Bc-7.3%2C1.2-12.8%2C1.8-16.6%2C1.8c-8.5%2C0-14.3-2.1-17.6-6.2c-3.3-4.1-4.9-12-4.9-23.6V99.5h-11.6V88.9h11.6V63.9h12.1v24.9h25.9V99.5z%22%2F%3E%0A%20%20%20%20%20%20%3Cpath%20class%3D%22st0%22%20d%3D%22M598.7%2C78.4V64.3h12.2v14.2H598.7z%20M598.7%2C171.4V88.9h12.2v82.5H598.7z%22%2F%3E%0A%20%20%20%20%20%20%3Cpath%20class%3D%22st0%22%20d%3D%22M663.8%2C87.2c3.6%2C0%2C9.7%2C0.7%2C18.3%2C2l3.9%2C0.5l-0.5%2C9.9c-8.7-1-15.1-1.5-19.2-1.5c-9.2%2C0-15.5%2C2.2-18.8%2C6.6%26%2310%3B%26%239%3B%26%239%3B%26%239%3Bc-3.3%2C4.4-5%2C12.6-5%2C24.5c0%2C11.9%2C1.5%2C20.2%2C4.6%2C24.9c3.1%2C4.7%2C9.5%2C7%2C19.3%2C7l19.2-1.5l0.5%2C10.1c-10.1%2C1.5-17.7%2C2.3-22.7%2C2.3%26%2310%3B%26%239%3B%26%239%3B%26%239%3Bc-12.7%2C0-21.5-3.3-26.3-9.8c-4.8-6.5-7.3-17.5-7.3-33c0-15.5%2C2.6-26.4%2C7.8-32.6C643%2C90.4%2C651.7%2C87.2%2C663.8%2C87.2z%22%2F%3E%0A%20%20%20%20%3C%2Fg%3E%0A%20%20%20%20%3Cpath%20class%3D%22st0%22%20d%3D%22M236.6%2C123.5c0-19.8-12.3-37.2-30.8-43.9c0.8-4.2%2C1.2-8.4%2C1.2-12.7C207%2C30%2C177%2C0%2C140.2%2C0%26%2310%3B%26%239%3B%26%239%3BC118.6%2C0%2C98.6%2C10.3%2C86%2C27.7c-6.2-4.8-13.8-7.4-21.7-7.4c-19.6%2C0-35.5%2C15.9-35.5%2C35.5c0%2C4.3%2C0.8%2C8.5%2C2.2%2C12.4%26%2310%3B%26%239%3B%26%239%3BC12.6%2C74.8%2C0%2C92.5%2C0%2C112.2c0%2C19.9%2C12.4%2C37.3%2C30.9%2C44c-0.8%2C4.1-1.2%2C8.4-1.2%2C12.7c0%2C36.8%2C29.9%2C66.7%2C66.7%2C66.7%26%2310%3B%26%239%3B%26%239%3Bc21.6%2C0%2C41.6-10.4%2C54.1-27.8c6.2%2C4.9%2C13.8%2C7.6%2C21.7%2C7.6c19.6%2C0%2C35.5-15.9%2C35.5-35.5c0-4.3-0.8-8.5-2.2-12.4%26%2310%3B%26%239%3B%26%239%3BC223.9%2C160.9%2C236.6%2C143.2%2C236.6%2C123.5z%20M91.6%2C34.8c10.9-15.9%2C28.9-25.4%2C48.1-25.4c32.2%2C0%2C58.4%2C26.2%2C58.4%2C58.4%26%2310%3B%26%239%3B%26%239%3Bc0%2C3.9-0.4%2C7.7-1.1%2C11.5l-52.2%2C45.8L93%2C101.5L82.9%2C79.9L91.6%2C34.8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origin

string

The position to start the image fill. For example, "top", "bottom", "left", or right.

Default: "bottom"

Returns: render

rounddateedit

Uses a MomentJS formatting string to round milliseconds since epoch, and returns milliseconds since epoch.

Accepts: number

ArgumentTypeDescription

Unnamed

Alias: format

string

The MomentJS format to use for bucketing. For example, "YYYY-MM" rounds to months. See https://momentjs.com/docs/#/displaying/.

Returns: number

rowCountedit

Returns the number of rows. Pairs with ply to get the count of unique column values, or combinations of unique column values.

Accepts: datatable

Returns: number

Sedit

seriesStyleedit

Creates an object used for describing the properties of a series on a chart. Use seriesStyle inside of a charting function, like plot or pie.

Accepts: null

ArgumentTypeDescription

bars

number

The width of bars.

color

string

The line color.

fill

number, boolean

Should we fill in the points?

Default: false

horizontalBars

boolean

Sets the orientation of the bars in the chart to horizontal.

label

string

The name of the series to style.

lines

number

The width of the line.

points

number

The size of points on line.

stack

number, null

Specifies if the series should be stacked. The number is the stack ID. Series with the same stack ID are stacked together.

Returns: seriesStyle

shapeedit

Creates a shape.

Accepts: null

ArgumentTypeDescription

Unnamed

Alias: shape

string

Pick a shape.

Default: square

border

Alias: stroke

string

An SVG color for the border outlining the shape.

borderWidth

Alias: strokeWidth

number

The thickness of the border.

Default: 0

fill

string

An SVG color to fill the shape.

Default: "black"

maintainAspect

boolean

Maintain the shape’s original aspect ratio?

Default: false

Returns: shape

sortedit

Sorts a datatable by the specified column.

Accepts: datatable

ArgumentTypeDescription

Unnamed

Aliases: by, column

string

The column to sort by. When unspecified, the datatable is sorted by the first column.

reverse

boolean

Reverses the sorting order. When unspecified, the datatable is sorted in ascending order.

Default: false

Returns: datatable

staticColumnedit

Adds a column with the same static value in every row. See also alterColumn and mapColumn.

Accepts: datatable

ArgumentTypeDescription

Unnamed *

Aliases: column, name

string

The name of the new column.

value

string, number, boolean, null

The value to insert in each row in the new column. TIP: use a sub-expression to rollup other columns into a static value.

Default: null

Returns: datatable

stringedit

Concatenates all of the arguments into a single string.

Accepts: null

ArgumentTypeDescription

Unnamed

Alias: value

string, number, boolean

The values to join together into one string. Include spaces where needed.

Returns: string

switchedit

Performs conditional logic with multiple conditions. See also case, which builds a case to pass to the switch function.

Accepts: any

ArgumentTypeDescription

Unnamed *

Alias: case

case

The conditions to check.

default

Alias: finally

any

The value returned when no conditions are met. When unspecified and no conditions are met, the original context is returned.

Returns: Depends on your input and arguments

Tedit

tableedit

Configures a table element.

Accepts: datatable

ArgumentTypeDescription

font

style

The CSS font properties for the contents of the table. For example, font-family or font-weight.

Default: ${font}

paginate

boolean

Show pagination controls? When false, only the first page is displayed.

Default: true

perPage

number

The number of rows to display on each page.

Default: 10

showHeader

boolean

Show or hide the header row with titles for each column.

Default: true

Returns: render

tailedit

Retrieves the last N rows from the end of a datatable. See also head.

Accepts: datatable

ArgumentTypeDescription

Unnamed

Alias: count

number

The number of rows to retrieve from the end of the datatable.

Default: 1

Returns: datatable

timefilteredit

Creates a time filter for querying a source.

Accepts: filter

ArgumentTypeDescription

column

Aliases: c, field

string

The column or field that you want to filter.

Default: "@timestamp"

filterGroup

string

The group name for the filter

from

Aliases: f, start

string

The beginning of the range, in ISO8601 or Elasticsearch datemath format

to

Aliases: end, t

string

The end of the range, in ISO8601 or Elasticsearch datemath format

Returns: filter

timefilterControledit

Configures a time filter control element.

Accepts: null

ArgumentTypeDescription

column

Aliases: c, field

string

The column or field that you want to filter.

Default: @timestamp

compact

boolean

Shows the time filter as a button, which triggers a popover.

Default: true

filterGroup

string

The group name for the filter.

Returns: render

timelionedit

Uses Timelion to extract one or more time series from many sources.

Accepts: filter

ArgumentTypeDescription

Unnamed

Aliases: q, query

string

A Timelion query

Default: ".es(*)"

from

string

The Elasticsearch datemath string for the beginning of the time range.

Default: "now-1y"

interval

string

The bucket interval for the time series.

Default: "auto"

timezone

string

The timezone for the time range. See https://momentjs.com/timezone/.

Default: "UTC"

to

string

The Elasticsearch datemath string for the end of the time range.

Default: "now"

Returns: datatable

toedit

Explicitly casts the type of the context from one type to the specified type.

Accepts: any

ArgumentTypeDescription

Unnamed

Alias: type

string

A known data type in the expression language.

Returns: Depends on your input and arguments

Uedit

urlparamedit

Retrieves a URL parameter to use in an expression. The urlparam function always returns a string. For example, you can retrieve the value "20" from the parameter myVar from the URL https://localhost:5601/app/canvas?myVar=20.

Accepts: null

ArgumentTypeDescription

Unnamed *

Aliases: param, var, variable

string

The URL hash parameter to retrieve.

default

string

The string returned when the URL parameter is unspecified.

Default: ""

Returns: string