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Aggregations

Elasticsearch provides a full Java API to play with aggregations. See the {ref}/search-aggregations.html[Aggregations guide].

Use the factory for aggregation builders (AggregationBuilders) and add each aggregation you want to compute when querying and add it to your search request:

SearchResponse sr = node.client().prepareSearch()
        .setQuery( /* your query */ )
        .addAggregation( /* add an aggregation */ )
        .execute().actionGet();

Note that you can add more than one aggregation. See {ref}/search-search.html[Search Java API] for details.

To build aggregation requests, use AggregationBuilders helpers. Just import them in your class:

import org.elasticsearch.search.aggregations.AggregationBuilders;

Structuring aggregations

As explained in the {ref}/search-aggregations.html[Aggregations guide], you can define sub aggregations inside an aggregation.

An aggregation could be a metrics aggregation or a bucket aggregation.

For example, here is a 3 levels aggregation composed of:

  • Terms aggregation (bucket)

  • Date Histogram aggregation (bucket)

  • Average aggregation (metric)

SearchResponse sr = node.client().prepareSearch()
    .addAggregation(
        AggregationBuilders.terms("by_country").field("country")
        .subAggregation(AggregationBuilders.dateHistogram("by_year")
            .field("dateOfBirth")
            .dateHistogramInterval(DateHistogramInterval.YEAR)
            .subAggregation(AggregationBuilders.avg("avg_children").field("children"))
        )
    )
    .execute().actionGet();

Metrics aggregations

Min Aggregation

Here is how you can use {ref}/search-aggregations-metrics-min-aggregation.html[Min Aggregation] with Java API.

Prepare aggregation request

Here is an example on how to create the aggregation request:

MinAggregationBuilder aggregation =
        AggregationBuilders
                .min("agg")
                .field("height");
Use aggregation response

Import Aggregation definition classes:

import org.elasticsearch.search.aggregations.metrics.min.Min;
// sr is here your SearchResponse object
Min agg = sr.getAggregations().get("agg");
double value = agg.getValue();

Max Aggregation

Here is how you can use {ref}/search-aggregations-metrics-max-aggregation.html[Max Aggregation] with Java API.

Prepare aggregation request

Here is an example on how to create the aggregation request:

MaxAggregationBuilder aggregation =
        AggregationBuilders
                .max("agg")
                .field("height");
Use aggregation response

Import Aggregation definition classes:

import org.elasticsearch.search.aggregations.metrics.max.Max;
// sr is here your SearchResponse object
Max agg = sr.getAggregations().get("agg");
double value = agg.getValue();

Sum Aggregation

Here is how you can use {ref}/search-aggregations-metrics-sum-aggregation.html[Sum Aggregation] with Java API.

Prepare aggregation request

Here is an example on how to create the aggregation request:

SumAggregationBuilder aggregation =
        AggregationBuilders
                .sum("agg")
                .field("height");
Use aggregation response

Import Aggregation definition classes:

import org.elasticsearch.search.aggregations.metrics.sum.Sum;
// sr is here your SearchResponse object
Sum agg = sr.getAggregations().get("agg");
double value = agg.getValue();

Avg Aggregation

Here is how you can use {ref}/search-aggregations-metrics-avg-aggregation.html[Avg Aggregation] with Java API.

Prepare aggregation request

Here is an example on how to create the aggregation request:

AvgAggregationBuilder aggregation =
        AggregationBuilders
                .avg("agg")
                .field("height");
Use aggregation response

Import Aggregation definition classes:

import org.elasticsearch.search.aggregations.metrics.avg.Avg;
// sr is here your SearchResponse object
Avg agg = sr.getAggregations().get("agg");
double value = agg.getValue();

Stats Aggregation

Here is how you can use {ref}/search-aggregations-metrics-stats-aggregation.html[Stats Aggregation] with Java API.

Prepare aggregation request

Here is an example on how to create the aggregation request:

StatsAggregationBuilder aggregation =
        AggregationBuilders
                .stats("agg")
                .field("height");
Use aggregation response

Import Aggregation definition classes:

import org.elasticsearch.search.aggregations.metrics.stats.Stats;
// sr is here your SearchResponse object
Stats agg = sr.getAggregations().get("agg");
double min = agg.getMin();
double max = agg.getMax();
double avg = agg.getAvg();
double sum = agg.getSum();
long count = agg.getCount();

Extended Stats Aggregation

Here is how you can use {ref}/search-aggregations-metrics-extendedstats-aggregation.html[Extended Stats Aggregation] with Java API.

Prepare aggregation request

Here is an example on how to create the aggregation request:

ExtendedStatsAggregationBuilder aggregation =
        AggregationBuilders
                .extendedStats("agg")
                .field("height");
Use aggregation response

Import Aggregation definition classes:

import org.elasticsearch.search.aggregations.metrics.stats.extended.ExtendedStats;
// sr is here your SearchResponse object
ExtendedStats agg = sr.getAggregations().get("agg");
double min = agg.getMin();
double max = agg.getMax();
double avg = agg.getAvg();
double sum = agg.getSum();
long count = agg.getCount();
double stdDeviation = agg.getStdDeviation();
double sumOfSquares = agg.getSumOfSquares();
double variance = agg.getVariance();

Value Count Aggregation

Here is how you can use {ref}/search-aggregations-metrics-valuecount-aggregation.html[Value Count Aggregation] with Java API.

Prepare aggregation request

Here is an example on how to create the aggregation request:

ValueCountAggregationBuilder aggregation =
        AggregationBuilders
                .count("agg")
                .field("height");
Use aggregation response

Import Aggregation definition classes:

import org.elasticsearch.search.aggregations.metrics.valuecount.ValueCount;
// sr is here your SearchResponse object
ValueCount agg = sr.getAggregations().get("agg");
long value = agg.getValue();

Percentile Aggregation

Here is how you can use {ref}/search-aggregations-metrics-percentile-aggregation.html[Percentile Aggregation] with Java API.

Prepare aggregation request

Here is an example on how to create the aggregation request:

PercentilesAggregationBuilder aggregation =
        AggregationBuilders
                .percentiles("agg")
                .field("height");

You can provide your own percentiles instead of using defaults:

PercentilesAggregationBuilder aggregation =
        AggregationBuilders
                .percentiles("agg")
                .field("height")
                .percentiles(1.0, 5.0, 10.0, 20.0, 30.0, 75.0, 95.0, 99.0);
Use aggregation response

Import Aggregation definition classes:

import org.elasticsearch.search.aggregations.metrics.percentiles.Percentile;
import org.elasticsearch.search.aggregations.metrics.percentiles.Percentiles;
// sr is here your SearchResponse object
Percentiles agg = sr.getAggregations().get("agg");
// For each entry
for (Percentile entry : agg) {
    double percent = entry.getPercent();    // Percent
    double value = entry.getValue();        // Value

    logger.info("percent [{}], value [{}]", percent, value);
}

This will basically produce for the first example:

percent [1.0], value [0.814338896154595]
percent [5.0], value [0.8761912455821302]
percent [25.0], value [1.173346540141847]
percent [50.0], value [1.5432023318692198]
percent [75.0], value [1.923915462033674]
percent [95.0], value [2.2273644908535335]
percent [99.0], value [2.284989339108279]

Percentile Ranks Aggregation

Here is how you can use {ref}/search-aggregations-metrics-percentile-rank-aggregation.html[Percentile Ranks Aggregation] with Java API.

Prepare aggregation request

Here is an example on how to create the aggregation request:

PercentileRanksAggregationBuilder aggregation =
        AggregationBuilders
                .percentileRanks("agg")
                .field("height")
                .values(1.24, 1.91, 2.22);
Use aggregation response

Import Aggregation definition classes:

import org.elasticsearch.search.aggregations.metrics.percentiles.Percentile;
import org.elasticsearch.search.aggregations.metrics.percentiles.PercentileRanks;
// sr is here your SearchResponse object
PercentileRanks agg = sr.getAggregations().get("agg");
// For each entry
for (Percentile entry : agg) {
    double percent = entry.getPercent();    // Percent
    double value = entry.getValue();        // Value

    logger.info("percent [{}], value [{}]", percent, value);
}

This will basically produce:

percent [29.664353095090945], value [1.24]
percent [73.9335313461868], value [1.91]
percent [94.40095147327283], value [2.22]

Cardinality Aggregation

Here is how you can use {ref}/search-aggregations-metrics-cardinality-aggregation.html[Cardinality Aggregation] with Java API.

Prepare aggregation request

Here is an example on how to create the aggregation request:

CardinalityAggregationBuilder aggregation =
        AggregationBuilders
                .cardinality("agg")
                .field("tags");
Use aggregation response

Import Aggregation definition classes:

import org.elasticsearch.search.aggregations.metrics.cardinality.Cardinality;
// sr is here your SearchResponse object
Cardinality agg = sr.getAggregations().get("agg");
long value = agg.getValue();

Geo Bounds Aggregation

Here is how you can use {ref}/search-aggregations-metrics-geobounds-aggregation.html[Geo Bounds Aggregation] with Java API.

Prepare aggregation request

Here is an example on how to create the aggregation request:

GeoBoundsBuilder aggregation =
        GeoBoundsAggregationBuilder
                .geoBounds("agg")
                .field("address.location")
                .wrapLongitude(true);
Use aggregation response

Import Aggregation definition classes:

import org.elasticsearch.search.aggregations.metrics.geobounds.GeoBounds;
// sr is here your SearchResponse object
GeoBounds agg = sr.getAggregations().get("agg");
GeoPoint bottomRight = agg.bottomRight();
GeoPoint topLeft = agg.topLeft();
logger.info("bottomRight {}, topLeft {}", bottomRight, topLeft);

This will basically produce:

bottomRight [40.70500764381921, 13.952946866893775], topLeft [53.49603022435221, -4.190029308156676]

Top Hits Aggregation

Here is how you can use {ref}/search-aggregations-metrics-top-hits-aggregation.html[Top Hits Aggregation] with Java API.

Prepare aggregation request

Here is an example on how to create the aggregation request:

AggregationBuilder aggregation =
    AggregationBuilders
        .terms("agg").field("gender")
        .subAggregation(
            AggregationBuilders.topHits("top")
        );

You can use most of the options available for standard search such as from, size, sort, highlight, explain…​

AggregationBuilder aggregation =
    AggregationBuilders
        .terms("agg").field("gender")
        .subAggregation(
            AggregationBuilders.topHits("top")
                .explain(true)
                .size(1)
                .from(10)
        );
Use aggregation response

Import Aggregation definition classes:

import org.elasticsearch.search.aggregations.bucket.terms.Terms;
import org.elasticsearch.search.aggregations.metrics.tophits.TopHits;
// sr is here your SearchResponse object
Terms agg = sr.getAggregations().get("agg");

// For each entry
for (Terms.Bucket entry : agg.getBuckets()) {
    String key = entry.getKey();                    // bucket key
    long docCount = entry.getDocCount();            // Doc count
    logger.info("key [{}], doc_count [{}]", key, docCount);

    // We ask for top_hits for each bucket
    TopHits topHits = entry.getAggregations().get("top");
    for (SearchHit hit : topHits.getHits().getHits()) {
        logger.info(" -> id [{}], _source [{}]", hit.getId(), hit.getSourceAsString());
    }
}

This will basically produce for the first example:

key [male], doc_count [5107]
 -> id [AUnzSZze9k7PKXtq04x2], _source [{"gender":"male",...}]
 -> id [AUnzSZzj9k7PKXtq04x4], _source [{"gender":"male",...}]
 -> id [AUnzSZzl9k7PKXtq04x5], _source [{"gender":"male",...}]
key [female], doc_count [4893]
 -> id [AUnzSZzM9k7PKXtq04xy], _source [{"gender":"female",...}]
 -> id [AUnzSZzp9k7PKXtq04x8], _source [{"gender":"female",...}]
 -> id [AUnzSZ0W9k7PKXtq04yS], _source [{"gender":"female",...}]

Scripted Metric Aggregation

Here is how you can use {ref}/search-aggregations-metrics-scripted-metric-aggregation.html[Scripted Metric Aggregation] with Java API.

Prepare aggregation request

Here is an example on how to create the aggregation request:

ScriptedMetricAggregationBuilder aggregation = AggregationBuilders
    .scriptedMetric("agg")
    .initScript(new Script("state.heights = []"))
    .mapScript(new Script("state.heights.add(doc.gender.value == 'male' ? doc.height.value : -1.0 * doc.height.value)"));

You can also specify a combine script which will be executed on each shard:

ScriptedMetricAggregationBuilder aggregation = AggregationBuilders
    .scriptedMetric("agg")
    .initScript(new Script("state.heights = []"))
    .mapScript(new Script("state.heights.add(doc.gender.value == 'male' ? doc.height.value : -1.0 * doc.height.value)"))
    .combineScript(new Script("double heights_sum = 0.0; for (t in state.heights) { heights_sum += t } return heights_sum"));

You can also specify a reduce script which will be executed on the node which gets the request:

ScriptedMetricAggregationBuilder aggregation = AggregationBuilders
    .scriptedMetric("agg")
    .initScript(new Script("state.heights = []"))
    .mapScript(new Script("state.heights.add(doc.gender.value == 'male' ? doc.height.value : -1.0 * doc.height.value)"))
    .combineScript(new Script("double heights_sum = 0.0; for (t in state.heights) { heights_sum += t } return heights_sum"))
    .reduceScript(new Script("double heights_sum = 0.0; for (a in states) { heights_sum += a } return heights_sum"));
Use aggregation response

Import Aggregation definition classes:

import org.elasticsearch.search.aggregations.bucket.terms.Terms;
import org.elasticsearch.search.aggregations.metrics.tophits.TopHits;
// sr is here your SearchResponse object
ScriptedMetric agg = sr.getAggregations().get("agg");
Object scriptedResult = agg.aggregation();
logger.info("scriptedResult [{}]", scriptedResult);

Note that the result depends on the script you built. For the first example, this will basically produce:

scriptedResult object [ArrayList]
scriptedResult [ {
"heights" : [ 1.122218480146643, -1.8148918111233887, -1.7626731575142909, ... ]
}, {
"heights" : [ -0.8046067304119863, -2.0785486707864553, -1.9183567430207953, ... ]
}, {
"heights" : [ 2.092635728868694, 1.5697545960886536, 1.8826954461968808, ... ]
}, {
"heights" : [ -2.1863201099468403, 1.6328549117346856, -1.7078288405893842, ... ]
}, {
"heights" : [ 1.6043904836424177, -2.0736538674414025, 0.9898266674373053, ... ]
} ]

The second example will produce:

scriptedResult object [ArrayList]
scriptedResult [-41.279615707402876,
                -60.88007362339038,
                38.823270659734256,
                14.840192739445632,
                11.300902755741326]

The last example will produce:

scriptedResult object [Double]
scriptedResult [2.171917696507009]

Bucket aggregations

Global Aggregation

Here is how you can use {ref}/search-aggregations-bucket-global-aggregation.html[Global Aggregation] with Java API.

Prepare aggregation request

Here is an example on how to create the aggregation request:

AggregationBuilders
    .global("agg")
    .subAggregation(AggregationBuilders.terms("genders").field("gender"));
Use aggregation response

Import Aggregation definition classes:

import org.elasticsearch.search.aggregations.bucket.global.Global;
// sr is here your SearchResponse object
Global agg = sr.getAggregations().get("agg");
agg.getDocCount(); // Doc count

Filter Aggregation

Here is how you can use {ref}/search-aggregations-bucket-filter-aggregation.html[Filter Aggregation] with Java API.

Prepare aggregation request

Here is an example on how to create the aggregation request:

AggregationBuilders
    .filter("agg", QueryBuilders.termQuery("gender", "male"));
Use aggregation response

Import Aggregation definition classes:

import org.elasticsearch.search.aggregations.bucket.filter.Filter;
// sr is here your SearchResponse object
Filter agg = sr.getAggregations().get("agg");
agg.getDocCount(); // Doc count

Filters Aggregation

Here is how you can use {ref}/search-aggregations-bucket-filters-aggregation.html[Filters Aggregation] with Java API.

Prepare aggregation request

Here is an example on how to create the aggregation request:

AggregationBuilder aggregation =
    AggregationBuilders
        .filters("agg",
            new FiltersAggregator.KeyedFilter("men", QueryBuilders.termQuery("gender", "male")),
            new FiltersAggregator.KeyedFilter("women", QueryBuilders.termQuery("gender", "female")));
Use aggregation response

Import Aggregation definition classes:

import org.elasticsearch.search.aggregations.bucket.filters.Filters;
// sr is here your SearchResponse object
Filters agg = sr.getAggregations().get("agg");

// For each entry
for (Filters.Bucket entry : agg.getBuckets()) {
    String key = entry.getKeyAsString();            // bucket key
    long docCount = entry.getDocCount();            // Doc count
    logger.info("key [{}], doc_count [{}]", key, docCount);
}

This will basically produce:

key [men], doc_count [4982]
key [women], doc_count [5018]

Missing Aggregation

Here is how you can use {ref}/search-aggregations-bucket-missing-aggregation.html[Missing Aggregation] with Java API.

Prepare aggregation request

Here is an example on how to create the aggregation request:

AggregationBuilders.missing("agg").field("gender");
Use aggregation response

Import Aggregation definition classes:

import org.elasticsearch.search.aggregations.bucket.missing.Missing;
// sr is here your SearchResponse object
Missing agg = sr.getAggregations().get("agg");
agg.getDocCount(); // Doc count

Nested Aggregation

Here is how you can use {ref}/search-aggregations-bucket-nested-aggregation.html[Nested Aggregation] with Java API.

Prepare aggregation request

Here is an example on how to create the aggregation request:

AggregationBuilders
    .nested("agg", "resellers");
Use aggregation response

Import Aggregation definition classes:

import org.elasticsearch.search.aggregations.bucket.nested.Nested;
// sr is here your SearchResponse object
Nested agg = sr.getAggregations().get("agg");
agg.getDocCount(); // Doc count

Reverse Nested Aggregation

Here is how you can use {ref}/search-aggregations-bucket-reverse-nested-aggregation.html[Reverse Nested Aggregation] with Java API.

Prepare aggregation request

Here is an example on how to create the aggregation request:

AggregationBuilder aggregation =
    AggregationBuilders
        .nested("agg", "resellers")
        .subAggregation(
                AggregationBuilders
                        .terms("name").field("resellers.name")
                        .subAggregation(
                                AggregationBuilders
                                        .reverseNested("reseller_to_product")
                        )
        );
Use aggregation response

Import Aggregation definition classes:

import org.elasticsearch.search.aggregations.bucket.nested.Nested;
import org.elasticsearch.search.aggregations.bucket.nested.ReverseNested;
import org.elasticsearch.search.aggregations.bucket.terms.Terms;
// sr is here your SearchResponse object
Nested agg = sr.getAggregations().get("agg");
Terms name = agg.getAggregations().get("name");
for (Terms.Bucket bucket : name.getBuckets()) {
    ReverseNested resellerToProduct = bucket.getAggregations().get("reseller_to_product");
    resellerToProduct.getDocCount(); // Doc count
}

Children Aggregation

Here is how you can use {ref}/search-aggregations-bucket-children-aggregation.html[Children Aggregation] with Java API.

Prepare aggregation request

Here is an example on how to create the aggregation request:

AggregationBuilder aggregation =
    AggregationBuilders
        .children("agg", "reseller"); (1)
  1. "agg" is the name of the aggregation and "reseller" is the child type

Use aggregation response

Import Aggregation definition classes:

import org.elasticsearch.join.aggregations.Children;
// sr is here your SearchResponse object
Children agg = sr.getAggregations().get("agg");
agg.getDocCount(); // Doc count

Terms Aggregation

Here is how you can use {ref}/search-aggregations-bucket-terms-aggregation.html[Terms Aggregation] with Java API.

Prepare aggregation request

Here is an example on how to create the aggregation request:

AggregationBuilders
    .terms("genders")
    .field("gender");
Use aggregation response

Import Aggregation definition classes:

import org.elasticsearch.search.aggregations.bucket.terms.Terms;
// sr is here your SearchResponse object
Terms genders = sr.getAggregations().get("genders");

// For each entry
for (Terms.Bucket entry : genders.getBuckets()) {
    entry.getKey();      // Term
    entry.getDocCount(); // Doc count
}
Order

Import bucket ordering strategy classes:

import org.elasticsearch.search.aggregations.BucketOrder;

Ordering the buckets by their doc_count in an ascending manner:

AggregationBuilders
    .terms("genders")
    .field("gender")
    .order(BucketOrder.count(true))

Ordering the buckets alphabetically by their terms in an ascending manner:

AggregationBuilders
    .terms("genders")
    .field("gender")
    .order(BucketOrder.key(true))

Ordering the buckets by single value metrics sub-aggregation (identified by the aggregation name):

AggregationBuilders
    .terms("genders")
    .field("gender")
    .order(BucketOrder.aggregation("avg_height", false))
    .subAggregation(
        AggregationBuilders.avg("avg_height").field("height")
    )

Ordering the buckets by multiple criteria:

AggregationBuilders
    .terms("genders")
    .field("gender")
    .order(BucketOrder.compound( // in order of priority:
        BucketOrder.aggregation("avg_height", false), // sort by sub-aggregation first
        BucketOrder.count(true))) // then bucket count as a tie-breaker
    .subAggregation(
        AggregationBuilders.avg("avg_height").field("height")
    )

Significant Terms Aggregation

Here is how you can use {ref}/search-aggregations-bucket-significantterms-aggregation.html[Significant Terms Aggregation] with Java API.

Prepare aggregation request

Here is an example on how to create the aggregation request:

AggregationBuilder aggregation =
        AggregationBuilders
                .significantTerms("significant_countries")
                .field("address.country");

// Let say you search for men only
SearchResponse sr = client.prepareSearch()
        .setQuery(QueryBuilders.termQuery("gender", "male"))
        .addAggregation(aggregation)
        .get();
Use aggregation response

Import Aggregation definition classes:

import org.elasticsearch.search.aggregations.bucket.significant.SignificantTerms;
// sr is here your SearchResponse object
SignificantTerms agg = sr.getAggregations().get("significant_countries");

// For each entry
for (SignificantTerms.Bucket entry : agg.getBuckets()) {
    entry.getKey();      // Term
    entry.getDocCount(); // Doc count
}

Range Aggregation

Here is how you can use {ref}/search-aggregations-bucket-range-aggregation.html[Range Aggregation] with Java API.

Prepare aggregation request

Here is an example on how to create the aggregation request:

AggregationBuilder aggregation =
        AggregationBuilders
                .range("agg")
                .field("height")
                .addUnboundedTo(1.0f)               // from -infinity to 1.0 (excluded)
                .addRange(1.0f, 1.5f)               // from 1.0 to 1.5 (excluded)
                .addUnboundedFrom(1.5f);            // from 1.5 to +infinity
Use aggregation response

Import Aggregation definition classes:

import org.elasticsearch.search.aggregations.bucket.range.Range;
// sr is here your SearchResponse object
Range agg = sr.getAggregations().get("agg");

// For each entry
for (Range.Bucket entry : agg.getBuckets()) {
    String key = entry.getKeyAsString();             // Range as key
    Number from = (Number) entry.getFrom();          // Bucket from
    Number to = (Number) entry.getTo();              // Bucket to
    long docCount = entry.getDocCount();    // Doc count

    logger.info("key [{}], from [{}], to [{}], doc_count [{}]", key, from, to, docCount);
}

This will basically produce for the first example:

key [*-1.0], from [-Infinity], to [1.0], doc_count [9]
key [1.0-1.5], from [1.0], to [1.5], doc_count [21]
key [1.5-*], from [1.5], to [Infinity], doc_count [20]

Date Range Aggregation

Here is how you can use {ref}/search-aggregations-bucket-daterange-aggregation.html[Date Range Aggregation] with Java API.

Prepare aggregation request

Here is an example on how to create the aggregation request:

AggregationBuilder aggregation =
        AggregationBuilders
                .dateRange("agg")
                .field("dateOfBirth")
                .format("yyyy")
                .addUnboundedTo("1950")    // from -infinity to 1950 (excluded)
                .addRange("1950", "1960")  // from 1950 to 1960 (excluded)
                .addUnboundedFrom("1960"); // from 1960 to +infinity
Use aggregation response

Import Aggregation definition classes:

import org.elasticsearch.search.aggregations.bucket.range.Range;
// sr is here your SearchResponse object
Range agg = sr.getAggregations().get("agg");

// For each entry
for (Range.Bucket entry : agg.getBuckets()) {
    String key = entry.getKeyAsString();                // Date range as key
    DateTime fromAsDate = (DateTime) entry.getFrom();   // Date bucket from as a Date
    DateTime toAsDate = (DateTime) entry.getTo();       // Date bucket to as a Date
    long docCount = entry.getDocCount();                // Doc count

    logger.info("key [{}], from [{}], to [{}], doc_count [{}]", key, fromAsDate, toAsDate, docCount);
}

This will basically produce:

key [*-1950], from [null], to [1950-01-01T00:00:00.000Z], doc_count [8]
key [1950-1960], from [1950-01-01T00:00:00.000Z], to [1960-01-01T00:00:00.000Z], doc_count [5]
key [1960-*], from [1960-01-01T00:00:00.000Z], to [null], doc_count [37]

Ip Range Aggregation

Here is how you can use {ref}/search-aggregations-bucket-iprange-aggregation.html[Ip Range Aggregation] with Java API.

Prepare aggregation request

Here is an example on how to create the aggregation request:

AggregatorBuilder<?> aggregation =
        AggregationBuilders
                .ipRange("agg")
                .field("ip")
                .addUnboundedTo("192.168.1.0")             // from -infinity to 192.168.1.0 (excluded)
                .addRange("192.168.1.0", "192.168.2.0")    // from 192.168.1.0 to 192.168.2.0 (excluded)
                .addUnboundedFrom("192.168.2.0");          // from 192.168.2.0 to +infinity

Note that you could also use ip masks as ranges:

AggregatorBuilder<?> aggregation =
        AggregationBuilders
                .ipRange("agg")
                .field("ip")
                .addMaskRange("192.168.0.0/32")
                .addMaskRange("192.168.0.0/24")
                .addMaskRange("192.168.0.0/16");
Use aggregation response

Import Aggregation definition classes:

import org.elasticsearch.search.aggregations.bucket.range.Range;
// sr is here your SearchResponse object
Range agg = sr.getAggregations().get("agg");

// For each entry
for (Range.Bucket entry : agg.getBuckets()) {
    String key = entry.getKeyAsString();            // Ip range as key
    String fromAsString = entry.getFromAsString();  // Ip bucket from as a String
    String toAsString = entry.getToAsString();      // Ip bucket to as a String
    long docCount = entry.getDocCount();            // Doc count

    logger.info("key [{}], from [{}], to [{}], doc_count [{}]", key, fromAsString, toAsString, docCount);
}

This will basically produce for the first example:

key [*-192.168.1.0], from [null], to [192.168.1.0], doc_count [13]
key [192.168.1.0-192.168.2.0], from [192.168.1.0], to [192.168.2.0], doc_count [14]
key [192.168.2.0-*], from [192.168.2.0], to [null], doc_count [23]

And for the second one (using Ip masks):

key [192.168.0.0/32], from [192.168.0.0], to [192.168.0.1], doc_count [0]
key [192.168.0.0/24], from [192.168.0.0], to [192.168.1.0], doc_count [13]
key [192.168.0.0/16], from [192.168.0.0], to [192.169.0.0], doc_count [50]

Histogram Aggregation

Here is how you can use {ref}/search-aggregations-bucket-histogram-aggregation.html[Histogram Aggregation] with Java API.

Prepare aggregation request

Here is an example on how to create the aggregation request:

AggregationBuilder aggregation =
        AggregationBuilders
                .histogram("agg")
                .field("height")
                .interval(1);
Use aggregation response

Import Aggregation definition classes:

import org.elasticsearch.search.aggregations.bucket.histogram.Histogram;
// sr is here your SearchResponse object
Histogram agg = sr.getAggregations().get("agg");

// For each entry
for (Histogram.Bucket entry : agg.getBuckets()) {
    Number key = (Number) entry.getKey();   // Key
    long docCount = entry.getDocCount();    // Doc count

    logger.info("key [{}], doc_count [{}]", key, docCount);
}
Order

Supports the same order functionality as the Terms Aggregation.

Date Histogram Aggregation

Here is how you can use {ref}/search-aggregations-bucket-datehistogram-aggregation.html[Date Histogram Aggregation] with Java API.

Prepare aggregation request

Here is an example on how to create the aggregation request:

AggregationBuilder aggregation =
        AggregationBuilders
                .dateHistogram("agg")
                .field("dateOfBirth")
                .dateHistogramInterval(DateHistogramInterval.YEAR);

Or if you want to set an interval of 10 days:

AggregationBuilder aggregation =
        AggregationBuilders
                .dateHistogram("agg")
                .field("dateOfBirth")
                .dateHistogramInterval(DateHistogramInterval.days(10));
Use aggregation response

Import Aggregation definition classes:

import org.elasticsearch.search.aggregations.bucket.histogram.Histogram;
// sr is here your SearchResponse object
Histogram agg = sr.getAggregations().get("agg");

// For each entry
for (Histogram.Bucket entry : agg.getBuckets()) {
    DateTime key = (DateTime) entry.getKey();    // Key
    String keyAsString = entry.getKeyAsString(); // Key as String
    long docCount = entry.getDocCount();         // Doc count

    logger.info("key [{}], date [{}], doc_count [{}]", keyAsString, key.getYear(), docCount);
}

This will basically produce for the first example:

key [1942-01-01T00:00:00.000Z], date [1942], doc_count [1]
key [1945-01-01T00:00:00.000Z], date [1945], doc_count [1]
key [1946-01-01T00:00:00.000Z], date [1946], doc_count [1]
...
key [2005-01-01T00:00:00.000Z], date [2005], doc_count [1]
key [2007-01-01T00:00:00.000Z], date [2007], doc_count [2]
key [2008-01-01T00:00:00.000Z], date [2008], doc_count [3]
Order

Supports the same order functionality as the Terms Aggregation.

Geo Distance Aggregation

Here is how you can use {ref}/search-aggregations-bucket-geodistance-aggregation.html[Geo Distance Aggregation] with Java API.

Prepare aggregation request

Here is an example on how to create the aggregation request:

AggregationBuilder aggregation =
        AggregationBuilders
                .geoDistance("agg", new GeoPoint(48.84237171118314,2.33320027692004))
                .field("address.location")
                .unit(DistanceUnit.KILOMETERS)
                .addUnboundedTo(3.0)
                .addRange(3.0, 10.0)
                .addRange(10.0, 500.0);
Use aggregation response

Import Aggregation definition classes:

import org.elasticsearch.search.aggregations.bucket.range.Range;
// sr is here your SearchResponse object
Range agg = sr.getAggregations().get("agg");

// For each entry
for (Range.Bucket entry : agg.getBuckets()) {
    String key = entry.getKeyAsString();    // key as String
    Number from = (Number) entry.getFrom(); // bucket from value
    Number to = (Number) entry.getTo();     // bucket to value
    long docCount = entry.getDocCount();    // Doc count

    logger.info("key [{}], from [{}], to [{}], doc_count [{}]", key, from, to, docCount);
}

This will basically produce:

key [*-3.0], from [0.0], to [3.0], doc_count [161]
key [3.0-10.0], from [3.0], to [10.0], doc_count [460]
key [10.0-500.0], from [10.0], to [500.0], doc_count [4925]

Geo Hash Grid Aggregation

Here is how you can use {ref}/search-aggregations-bucket-geohashgrid-aggregation.html[Geo Hash Grid Aggregation] with Java API.

Prepare aggregation request

Here is an example on how to create the aggregation request:

AggregationBuilder aggregation =
        AggregationBuilders
                .geohashGrid("agg")
                .field("address.location")
                .precision(4);
Use aggregation response

Import Aggregation definition classes:

import org.elasticsearch.search.aggregations.bucket.geogrid.GeoHashGrid;
// sr is here your SearchResponse object
GeoHashGrid agg = sr.getAggregations().get("agg");

// For each entry
for (GeoHashGrid.Bucket entry : agg.getBuckets()) {
    String keyAsString = entry.getKeyAsString(); // key as String
    GeoPoint key = (GeoPoint) entry.getKey();    // key as geo point
    long docCount = entry.getDocCount();         // Doc count

    logger.info("key [{}], point {}, doc_count [{}]", keyAsString, key, docCount);
}

This will basically produce:

key [gbqu], point [47.197265625, -1.58203125], doc_count [1282]
key [gbvn], point [50.361328125, -4.04296875], doc_count [1248]
key [u1j0], point [50.712890625, 7.20703125], doc_count [1156]
key [u0j2], point [45.087890625, 7.55859375], doc_count [1138]
...