csv.from() function

The csv.from() function retrieves data from a comma-separated value (CSV) data source. It returns a stream of tables. Each unique series is contained within its own table. Each record in the table represents a single point in the series.

Function type: Input

import "csv"

csv.from(file: "/path/to/data-file.csv")

// OR

csv.from(csv: csvData)

csv.from() is not avaialable in InfluxCloud.

Parameters

file

The file path of the CSV file to query. The path can be absolute or relative. If relative, it is relative to the working directory of the influxd process. The CSV file must exist in the same file system running the influxd process.

Data type: String

csv

Raw CSV-formatted text.

CSV data must be in the CSV format produced by the Flux HTTP response standard. See the Flux technical specification for information about this format.

Data type: String

Examples

Query CSV data from a file

import "csv"

csv.from(file: "/path/to/data-file.csv")

Query raw CSV-formatted text

import "csv"

csvData = "
result,table,_start,_stop,_time,region,host,_value
mean,0,2018-05-08T20:50:00Z,2018-05-08T20:51:00Z,2018-05-08T20:50:00Z,east,A,15.43
mean,0,2018-05-08T20:50:00Z,2018-05-08T20:51:00Z,2018-05-08T20:50:20Z,east,B,59.25
mean,0,2018-05-08T20:50:00Z,2018-05-08T20:51:00Z,2018-05-08T20:50:40Z,east,C,52.62
"

csv.from(csv: csvData)

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