As per the article in the section How it works, customers can use SQL-like queries to use time-series data.
Yes, Timestream supports standard SQL with added interpolation and smoothing functions to identify trends, patterns, and anomalies. Please see the documentation link below for further details.
Adding columns to Timestream table in the AWS web query editorAccepted Answer
How to show decimal in my timestream Queryasked a month ago
[Announcement] Amazon Kendra launches support for query languageasked 9 months ago
Using Timestream as a dataset for QuickSight (Domain: ap-southeast-2)asked 9 days ago
AWS Timestream query: How to extrapolate latest valueAccepted Answerasked 4 months ago
How to query Timestream for several different measure_name and their valuesasked 2 years ago
Timestream Bug Report/ Help Request: `ORDER BY` works in Query Editor via Web App but not Query String sent via AWS SDKasked 5 months ago
Having issues selecting columns in Timestream->Scheduled query - Can't save the query
Can the customer check the average cost per query in Timestream?asked 3 months ago
Does Timestream support SQL as a query language?Accepted Answerasked 4 years ago