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Splunk Training + Certification


Course Description

This eLearning course teaches students how to create visualizations in Splunk, using Splunk's Search Processing Language as well as the Splunk Web interface. Students will learn commands that allow data to be displayed on charts and graphs, transform geographic data into maps, create single value visualizations, and use Splunk's visual formatting options to change the look of statistical tables.


Learn at your own pace through these free, video-only online courses accessible anytime, anywhere.

eLearning with Labs

The best of both delivery methods. Self-paced eLearning videos accessible anytime, anywhere, plus access to the interactive lab environment to sharpen your skills.


Course Prerequisites

  • None
  • None

Course Topics

  • Formatting data using transforming commands
  • Preparing data for use in visualizations
  • Generating maps using geographic data
  • Creating and customizing single value visualizations
  • Visually formatting statistical tables

Course Objectives

Module 1 – Title
  • The fields command
  • The table command
  • The dedup command
  • The addtotals command
  • The fieldformat command
Module 2 – Title
  • Explore visualization types
  • Use transforming commands to order results into a data table:
    • top
    • rare
    • stats
    • chart
    • timechart
    • trendline
  • Understand when to use different transforming commands
Module 3 – Title
  • Explore geographic visualization types
  • Use commands specific to geographic data
    • iplocation
    • geostats
    • geom
  • Prepare data for use in a choropleth map
Module 4 – Title
  • Use visual formatting options for single value visualizations
  • Add a sparkline to a single value visualization
  • Use the Trellis layout to split visualizations
  • Use the gauge command
  • Use the radial, filler, and marker gauge visualization types
Module 5 – Title
  • Explore formatting options for statistical tables
  • Create a chart overlay
  • Explore formatting options for different types of visualizations