Field Segmentation Chart
  • 18 Jan 2022
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Field Segmentation Chart

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The Field Segmentation chart is a single query metric, consisting of a single query and a chosen query field. Use this chart to present the segmentation of values of the chosen field across the data-set given by the query. You can either see data as a histogram, a pie chart or as a timeline. The timeline graph shows the top 20 assets in the time period defined.

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To configure a Field Segmentation chart:

  1. Give a title to your chart.

  2. You can add a description if you want.

  3. Select the chart presentation type: pie chart, bar chart or timeline.

  4. Select the module, Devices or Users.

  5. Select or create a base query or leave empty for all entities. Learn more about creating a query.

  6. From the Segment by drop down, choose a field by which the results will be segmented.

  7. From the Exclude Adapters field you can select one or more adapters that will not be included in the data used to create this chart. When you mouse over the arrow, an x appears. Click the x to clear the adapters in the Exclude adapters list.

  8. In the Filter by section, optionally configure one or more predefined filters on all the results of the segmented field.

    • You can create complex filters by using the AND/OR relations, NOT and parentheses. For more details see Working with the query wizard.
    • Each segmented field enables you to select the desired operator based on the selected field type. For more details see Working with the query wizard - Operator drop down section.
    • If the segmented field is a simple field, you will be able to filter only on the segmented field.
    • If the segmented field is a complex field, you will be able to filter on all fields which are part of the complex field.
  9. Toggle Use case-sensitive segmentation to define whether case will be considered in the data used to create this chart. You can toggle this option off so that the system will
    ignore use of case in strings when creating the chart. This means that if the same name is sometimes used with capital letters, and in other cases in lower-case, the system will treat these values as the same value, for instance JOHN, John and JoHn will all be treated as the same value.

    • If this is enabled, each of these strings will be treated as a separate value, and displayed thus in the chart.
    • If this is disabled, all strings with the same characters, but different case, are treated as the same value.
  10. If the bar chart option is selected, define the default data sort. By default, the data is sorted by descending values.

  11. If you have not configured a predefined filter, you can select the include entities with no value checkbox to ignore entities that do not have a value for the segmented field and therefore they will not be included in the chart results.

    As you configure the chart, a preview is created in the left pane.

  12. Click Save.

Timeline Display

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The timeline display shows a trend of the total of the segments and count of all segments as a timeline chart over a set period of time.

  1. Select the line presentation

  2. Choose the data series presentation either Total assets and segments or Individual segments (top 20)

    • Total assets shows the total assets
    • Individual segments show the results by the query with an individual line for each segment. When each segment is displayed, the top 20 assets are displayed. Since the values of the assets vary over time, the assets which are the top 20 on the latest date are displayed.
  3. Configure a query as described above.

  4. In the Show results in the last (days, weeks, months or years) field, specify the number of last days/weeks/months/years or a date range to be included in timeline chart. This date range is displayed on the chart that is created.

  5. Select Save.

Duplicate Row

The Duplicate Row button image.png is present on each row in the Field Segmentation chart. When on the first row, it duplicates the entire block and on inner rows it duplicates only the selected row.



If you have created a bar chart, by default, the top 5 results are displayed. Use the pagination button to view the rest of the results.
To export the entire list of results to a CSV file, click the export button.

Examples

OS Types Segmentation

Use Field Segmentation chart to visual all OS types currently discovered along all seen devices.
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Critical CVEs Segmentation and Trend

Use Field Segmentation chart to present all critical CVEs currently discovered along all seen devices, and the trend of the total count of critical CVEs over the last month.

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