Plugin para analise de cohort no kibana
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Kibana Cohort analysis chart plugin

Chart screenshot

Chart Table screenshot

description

From Wikipedia:

Cohort analysis is a subset of behavioral analytics that takes the data from a given dataset (e.g. an eCommerce platform, web application, or online game) and rather than looking at all users as one unit, it breaks them into related groups for analysis. These related groups, or cohorts, usually share common characteristics or experiences within a defined time-span. Cohort analysis allows a company to “see patterns clearly across the life-cycle of a customer (or user), rather than slicing across all customers blindly without accounting for the natural cycle that a customer undergoes.

usage

  • The total metric is the value that determine y-axis. Can be either a count or a sum. It also possible to use the percentual as y value just marking the option Show percetual values.
  • The cohort date bucket is the date used to draw the chart lines. Each bucket is a line in this chart. It should be a date histogram.
  • The cohort period bucket is the "cohort" itself that determine the x-axis. It should be a numeric histogram.

install

bin/kibana-plugin install https://github.com/elo7/cohort/releases/download/6.3.2/cohort-6.3.2.zip

uninstall

bin/kibana-plugin remove cohort

development

See the kibana contributing guide for instructions setting up your development environment. Once you have completed that, use the following npm tasks.

  • npm start

    Start kibana and have it include this plugin

  • npm start -- --config kibana.yml

    You can pass any argument that you would normally send to bin/kibana by putting them after -- when running npm start

  • npm run test:browser

    Run the browser tests in a real web browser

  • npm run test:server

    Run the server tests using mocha

For more information about any of these commands run npm run ${task} -- --help.

manual distribution

Remember that the plugin version in package.json must match Kibana version.

export VERSION=<kibana_version>
export GITHUB_TOKEN=<token_with_repo_access>

npm install

node_modules/release-it/bin/release.js $VERSION  -e
node_modules/publish-release/bin/publish-release --token $GITHUB_TOKEN --owner elo7 --repo cohort --assets build/cohort-$VERSION.zip --tag $VERSION --name $VERSION --notes 'Release for Kibana '$VERSION''