Use the New Relic One query builder in basic mode to create a chart without having to use NRQL, our querying language. The basic mode helps guides you through a query-creation process. You can choose the source of the raw data, apply filters, and use other techniques to narrow the scope of the data in the chart.
The query builder basic mode has a Data type selector with two options:
- Events: In this context, this refers to all our non-
Metric-type data, including events, logs, and trace data.
- Metrics: This refers to our dimensional
Metricdata type. You can also use this to query some types of metric timeslice data. For more on other types of metrics, see Data types.
This example shows how to create a chart in basic mode.
This table contains notes about using basic mode.
You can start typing directly in an empty box; a list of items that match the information you type will display.
Saving a basic mode data specification
Every time you run a query, that query is saved in the My recent queries dropdown in advanced (NRQL) mode.
Basic mode only supports data for one event and attribute.
If you want to use more than one event and/or attribute, use the
Basic mode contains shortcuts that can display more complex events and attributes that aren't generally supported, as in this example (which shows the tooltip for the shortcut).
Example of the Response time histogram shortcut, showing a tooltip.
Any time you see a dotted line under a term, you can hover over that term to see a tooltip with an explanation of the term.
You can use more than one Narrow by definition in basic mode filter; the conditions will be joined by
If your query was started using basic mode and if you make changes to that query using advanced (NRQL) mode, you cannot return to basic mode to edit that query.
Any additional changes may only be made in advanced (NRQL) mode.
If you need more help, check out these support and learning resources:
- Browse the Explorers Hub to get help from the community and join in discussions.
- Find answers on our sites and learn how to use our support portal.
- Run New Relic Diagnostics, our troubleshooting tool for Linux, Windows, and macOS.
- Review New Relic's data security and licenses documentation.