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TICKscript language reference

What is in this section?

This section provides introductory information on working with TICKscript.

  • Introduction - this document presents the fundamental concepts of working with TICKscript in Kapacitor and Chronograf.
  • TICKscript Syntax - this covers the essentials of how TICKscript statements and structures are organized.
  • Lambda expressions - this section provides essential information about working with these argument types, which are commonly provided to TICKscript nodes.
  • TICKscript specification - (in the reference section) this introduces the specification defining TICKscript.

Outside of this section the following articles may also be of interest.

  • Getting started with Kapacitor - an introduction to Kapacitor, which presents TICKscript basics.
  • Node overview - a catalog of the types of nodes available in TICKscript.
  • Guides - a collection of intermediate to advanced solutions using the TICKscript language.


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