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How to create line chart report for Syslog by Splunk?

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I want to create hisroty report of a Synoloygy RS812 NAS harddisk temperature by Splunk.
Is it possible to use Splunk create a line chart report based on the Syslog?

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there are similar discussion in splunk as well and probably it is to sieve out the field parameter via the stats table
http://answers.splunk.com/answers/11644/cant-figure-out-how-to-get-syslog-data-to-chart

http://docs.splunk.com/Documentation/Splunk/latest/SearchReference/Stats

Example 4
This example uses the sample dataset from the Search Tutorial and a field lookup to add more information to the event data.
Download the data set from Add data tutorial and follow the instructions to get the tutorial data into Splunk.
Download the CSV file from Use field lookups tutorial and follow the instructions to set up the lookup definition to add price and productName to the events.
After you configure the field lookup, you can run this search using the time range, All time.
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