The selection tab enables you to show, search, filter, sort, group and change node/links data. When this tab is opened, it reacts with your current node selection and loads the data in rows and columns.
The main component is the data grid, every grid’s row represents a node in the graph and every column a field data related information.
Document type selection
The Main selection combo box enables selection between the different document types in the selected nodes.
The second column in the grid enables multiple row selection, once selected it will reflect on the graph turning each node bigger and changing the node’s border to red.
After you complete the selection, you can click the Make main selection button floating over the grid to remove the non-selected nodes.
Typing in the Filter input enables you to search/filter in all rows and columns.
Typing inside of one column’s input enables you to search/filter in all rows of that column.
This menu enables you to show or hide columns and clear all local filters.
The values in the grid will be formatted by standard formatters and the raw values will always visible in the tooltip. The grid will be sorted by the raw values. The date field can be formatted globally from the advanced settings.
The menu options enable you to:
Change the sort order -Multiple column order is supported by keeping shift key pressed on column selection-.
Hide the column.
Group the data.
Add aggregated function, the result of which will be displayed at the bottom.
Pin the column to the left or right side of the grid.
Siren Investigate’s lens expression parser is based on Jexl.
The expression created within the lens is applied to each node of the
selection. Each node contains an object named
payload which contains
the node’s data returned from Elasticsearch.