An aggregate that produces a CounterSummary from timestamps and associated values.
For more information about counter aggregation functions, see the hyperfunctions documentation.
|ts||TIMESTAMPZ||The time at each point|
|value||DOUBLE PRECISION||The value at each point to use for the counter aggregate|
value argument is currently only accepted as a DOUBLE PRECISION number,
because it is the most common type for counters, even though other numeric
types, such as BIGINT, might sometimes be more intuitive. If you store a value
as a different numeric type you can cast to DOUBLE PRECISION on input to the
If there are
NULL values in your data, the aggregate ignores them and aggregates only non-
NULL values. If you only have
NULL values, the aggregate returns
|bounds||TSTZRANGE||A range of timestamptz|
bounds argument represents the largest and smallest possible times that
could be input to this aggregate. Calling with NULL, or leaving out the
argument, results in an unbounded
CounterSummary. Bounds are required for
extrapolation, but not for other accessor functions.
|counter_agg||CounterSummary||A CounterSummary object that can be passed to accessor functions or other objects in the counter aggregate API|
This example produces a CounterSummary from timestamps and associated values,
then computes the
WITH t as ( SELECT time_bucket('1 day'::interval, ts) as dt, counter_agg(ts, val) AS cs -- get a CounterSummary FROM foo WHERE id = 'bar' GROUP BY time_bucket('1 day'::interval, ts) ) SELECT dt, irate_right(cs) -- extract instantaneous rate from the CounterSummary FROM t;
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