CSV result data export

Sometimes there’s a need for extra processing of the result data. Could be to generate a report to hand to a manager or execute, or it could be to display data in a BI tool or dashboard for your team’s consumption. It could also be to attach the results to a Jira issue or Trello card. This guide aims to give you the information you need to effectively work with the CSV result data that you can export from a test run.

How to export the CSV data

You’ll find the “Export data” feature in the top-right menu on the test result page:

Insights: CSV result data export

You can follow the progress of the export in the right sidebar. Once the CSV data export is complete you’ll see a download link in the right sidebar:

Insights: CSV result data export progress

The top-right menu item will also change to say “Download CSV”:

Insights: CSV result data export download

Structure of the CSV data

The CSV data has the following columns of data:


Here’s example data, units (where necessary) and description of each field present in the CSV data.

Column Example Data/Unit Description
time 2019-03-25 11:12:48.927949+00:00 datetime (UTC) The ISO-8601 timestamp when this data point was captured (when the HTTP request was made).
metric http_req_duration string The metric name that this data point represents.
group_id e1158ec16fa10dcfd16f4bd7309e2c55 string The ID of the k6 group() from where this request was made.
response_time 2.008016 number (ms) The HTTP response time of the request that this data point represents (if count > 1 then this will be an aggregate value, the average).
url string The URL requested.
method GET string The HTTP method of the request that this data point represents.
status 200 number The HTTP response status code of the request that this data point represents.
count 1.0 number Number of samples that this data point represents (if > 1 response_time is an aggregate value).
load_zone amazon:us:ashburn string The load zone where the request(s) was made from.
tags staticAsset=true string Pipe (|) separated list of name=value tags as specified for the request in the script.


The exported CSV file currently only contains data from the primary HTTP response time metric (http_req_duration). In the future we’ll expand the export feature with more HTTP data, WebSocket data, Checks data, Thresholds data as well as Custom metrics data.