You can configure the widget to show log entries stored in Cloud projects accessible through the current metrics scope. Scorecard : displays the latest value of a metric, and how this value relates to one or more thresholds. TimeSeriesTable : displays the latest value of a metric. You can sort the table based on columns, filter the table, and add or remove columns from the display.
Text : displays textual content, either as raw text or a Markdown string. In addition to these objects, you can also add a blank placeholder to a dashboard. Any widget that displays data retrieved from a time series has a TimeSeriesQuery object embedded in it. This object specifies the time-series data to be used in the widget. By using Monitoring filters. For more information on retrieving metric data this way, see Reading metric data. The query string is passed as the value of the timeSeriesQueryLanguage field.
If you created your dashboard widgets through the Google Cloud Console, then you are already familiar with metrics and time series. For information on metrics and time series, see Metrics, time series, and resources. In addition, you might find the Create and manage dashboard widgets , Select data to chart , and Set view options guides helpful. While these guides are written for creating dashboards by using the Google Cloud Console, the concepts also apply to creating widgets by using the Cloud Monitoring API.
This section describes the conventions and setup used for invoking the Cloud Monitoring API by using the curl tool. To set the variables used in the example invocations, use the following information. Create an environment variable to hold the ID of your Cloud project.
Optionally, you can avoid having to specify your project ID with each command by setting it as the default by using Cloud SDK:. Create an authorization token and capture it in an environment variable. You have to periodically refresh the access token. Create an environment variable to hold the ID of your dashboard. Each curl invocation includes a set of arguments, followed by the URL of a resource. To create a new custom dashboard, invoke the dashboards.
The format of the name field looks like the following:. To create a dashboard in a project, use the gcloud monitoring dashboards create command. For more information, see the gcloud monitoring dashboards create reference. The examples create a sample dashboard by using the my-dashboard. You can now manage your dashboard through the Google Cloud Console. For additional dashboard configurations, see Sample dashboards and layouts. To delete a custom dashboard, invoke the dashboards.
To delete a custom dashboard, use gcloud monitoring dashboards delete , and specify the fully qualified ID of the dashboard to delete:. For more information, see the gcloud monitoring dashboards delete reference. To list all custom dashboards that belong to a project, invoke the dashboards. For more information, see the gcloud monitoring dashboards list reference.
The dashboards. For the initial page of the results list, specify the pageSize query parameter with request:. The method returns the first page of the list and the nextPageToken. For example:. For each remaining page, you must include the corresponding nextPageToken in the request.
To specify the number of resources per page, pass the --page-size flag with the command. To get a specific custom dashboard for a project, invoke the dashboards. To get a specific custom dashboard, send the dashboard ID to the Dashboard endpoint. To get a specific custom dashboard, use the gcloud monitoring dashboards describe command and specify the dashboard ID:. For more information, see the gcloud monitoring dashboards describe reference. To update an existing custom dashboard, invoke the dashboards.
To get the current etag value, you can invoke the dashboards. To update a custom dashboard, send a PATCH request to the Dashboard endpoint and supply the revised Dashboard object and the etag value from the most recent dashboards.
To update a custom dashboard, use gcloud monitoring dashboards update , specify the ID of the dashboard to update, and provide the changes to the dashboard. For more information, see the gcloud monitoring dashboards update reference. The examples update an existing custom dashboard using the my-updated-dashboard. The return data includes a new etag value. Except as otherwise noted, the content of this page is licensed under the Creative Commons Attribution 4. For details, see the Google Developers Site Policies.
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Related Chart Tools. Overview Dashboards are a simple way to organize together and manage multiple charts that share the same underlying data. Using Controls and Dashboards Here are the key steps for creating a dashboard and embedding it in your page.
Create an HTML skeleton for your dashboard. Your page must have as many HTML elements as needed to hold every member of a dashboard. This includes the dashboard itself and all the controls and charts that are part of it. Load your libraries. Prepare your data. Create a dashboard instance.
Create as many controls and charts instances as you need. Create google. ControlWrapper instances to describe each chart and control that the dashboard manages. Establish dependencies. Call bind on your dashboard and pass in the control and chart instances to let the dashboard know what to manage. Draw your dashboard. Call draw on your dashboard and pass in your data to draw the entire dashboard on the page.
Programmatic changes after draw. Optionally, after the initial draw you can programmatically drive the controls that are part of the dashboard, and have the dashboard update the charts in response to that. Dashboard document. Assemble your dashboard Dashboards accepts data in a DataTable, the same as charts. Create A Dashboard Instance After you have created your data, you can instantiate your dashboard object.
Create Control And Chart Instances Define as many instances you need for each control and chart that will be part of the dashboard. A few tips about configuring controls and charts: You must give all controls a filterColumnIndex or filterColumnLabel to specify which column of your google.
DataTable the control operates on in the example above, the control operates on the column labeled Donuts eaten , Use the state configuration option on controls to initialize them with an explicit state when they are first drawn. Establish Dependencies Once you have instantiated both the dashboard and all the controls and charts that will be part it, use the bind method to tell the dashboard about the dependencies that exist between controls and charts.
Draw Your Dashboard Call the draw method on the dashboard instance to render the entire dashboard. Programmatic Changes After Draw Once the dashboard completes the initial draw it will be live and respond automatically to any action you perform on it such as changing the selected range of a control slider that is part of the dashboard. The following example shows such a case.
Dashboard Represents a collection of collaborating controls and charts that share the same underlying data. Constructor Dashboard containerRef containerRef A reference to a valid container element on the page that will hold the dashboard contents. Methods Dashboard exposes the following methods: Method Return Type Description bind controls , charts google.
Dashboard Binds one or more Controls to one or more other dashboard participants either charts or other controls , so that all of the latter are redrawn whenever any of the former collects a programmatic or user interaction that affects the data managed by the dashboard.
ControlWrapper instances defining the controls to bind. ChartWrapper instances defining the charts the that will be driven the by the controls. Extended description Events The Dashboard object throws the following events. Name Description Properties error Fired when an error occurs when attempting to render the dashboard.
One or more of the controls and charts that are part of the dashboard may have failed rendering. The ready event will also fire: after the completion of a dashboard refresh triggered by a user or programmatic interaction with one of the controls, after a programmatic call to the draw method of any chart part of the dashboard. The supported properties of the JSON object are shown in the following table.
If this is a Google control, the name will not be qualified with google. So, for example, if this were a CategoryFilter control, it would return "CategoryFilter" rather than "google. This will return null until after you have called draw on the ControlWrapper object or on the dashboard holding it , and it throws a ready event. The returned object only exposes one method: resetControl , which resets the control state to the one it was initialized with like resetting an HTML form element.
Pass in the class name of the control to instantiate. If this is a Google control, do not qualify it with google. So, for example, for a range slider over a numeric column, pass in "NumberRangeFilter". This is not shown anywhere on the control, but is for your reference only. To unset an option, pass in null for the value. Events The ControlWrapper object throws the following events. Name Description Properties error Fired when an error occurs when attempting to render the control.
If you want to interact with the control, and call methods after you draw it, you should set up a listener for this event before you call the draw method, and call them only after the event was fired. Alternatively, you can listen for a ready event on the dashboard holding the control and call control methods only after the event was fired. None statechange Fired when the user interacts with the control, affecting its state. For example, a statechange event will fire whenever you move the thumbs of a range slider control.
To retrieve an updated control state after the event fired, call ControlWrapper. None ChartWrapper Refer to google. The following notes apply when using a ChartWrapper as part of a dashboard: Do not set the dataTable , query , dataSourceUrl and refreshInterval attributes explicitly.
The dashboard holding the chart takes care of feeding it the data it needs. Do set its view attribute to declare which columns, out of all the ones present in the dataTable given to the dashboard, are relevant for the chart, as shown in Create Control and Chart Instances.
Controls Gallery Filters are graphical elements that people can use to interactively select which data is displayed on your chart. The selected values must be a set of the overall selectable values defined by the values option any extraneous one will be ignored. If the CategoryFilter does not allow multiple choice, only the first value of the array is retained.
It is mandatory to provide either this option or filterColumnLabel. If both present, this option takes precedence. It is mandatory to provide either this option or filterColumnIndex. If both present, filterColumnIndex takes precedence.
If an array of Objects is used, they should have a suitable toString representation for display to the user. If null or undefined, the list of values will be automatically computed from the values present in the DataTable column this control operates on. If false the user must choose at least one value from the available ones. During control initialization, if the option is set to false and no selectedValues state is given, the first value from the avaiable ones is automatically seleted.
If unspecified, the label of the column the control operates on will be used. ChartRangeFilter A slider with two thumbs superimposed onto a chart, to select a range of values from the continuous axis of the chart.
State Name Type Default Description range. If both are present, this option takes precedence. If both are present, filterColumnIndex takes precedence. Allows the same level of configuration as any chart in the dashboard, and complies with the same format as accepted by ChartWrapper. If not specified, the data table itself is used to draw the chart.
For a numeric axis, it is a number not necessarily an integer. For a date, datetime or timeofday axis, it is an integer that specifies the difference in milliseconds. In this case, the end points of the range returned by getState are necessarily values in the data table.
Events Additions to ControlWrapper events: Name Description Properties statechange Same as documented for every ControlWrapper, only has an extra boolean property, inProgress , that specifies whether the state is currently being changed either one of the thumbs or the range itself is being dragged. Try moving the slider to change which rows are shown in the table below. If set, overrides lowValue. If set, overrides highValue. Must point to a column with type number. If undefined, the value will be inferred from the contents of the DataTable managed by the control.
Accepts any valid date format. A unit increment is equivalent to using the arrow keys to move a slider thumb. A block increment is equivalent to using the pgUp and pgDown keys to move the slider thumbs. NumberRangeFilter A dual-valued slider for selecting ranges of numeric values. Accepts any valid number format. StringFilter A simple text input field that lets you filter data via string matching. State Name Type Default Description value string or object none The text currently entered in the control input field.
Draws the dashboard. Extended description. Fired when an error occurs when attempting to render the dashboard. The class name of the control. An object describing the options for the control. An object describing the state of the control.
Returns a reference to the control created by this ControlWrapper. Returns the specified control option value key - The name of the option to retrieve. Sets the control type. Sets an arbitrary name for the control. Sets a single control option value, where key is the option name and value is the value. Sets the control state. The control is ready to accept user interaction and for external method calls. Fired when the user interacts with the control, affecting its state. The set of values currently selected.
The column of the datatable the filter should operate upon. The label of the column the filter should operate upon. List of values to choose from.
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