Last updated：2022-01-11 13:43:17
The Discover page allows you to explore your data in an interactive manner. For example, you can access all documents of indexes that match the specified index pattern, submit search requests, filter search results, view data in documents, view the number of searched documents, and obtain statistical information about field values. If the time field is configured for an index pattern, you can find a bar chart of time-based document distribution on the top of the Discover page.
Enter a condition in the search bar to search for data based on indexes that match the specified index pattern. You can use character strings, the Lucene syntax, or the query domain specific language (DSL) of JSON-based Elasticsearch to search for data. The following examples describe how to use the Lucene syntax to search data:
After you set a time selector, Kibana displays search results based on the specified time range. The default time range is the latest 15 minutes. You can change the time range and refresh the frequency by using the time picker on the top of the Discover page.
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