You can also make k6 output detailed statistics in a CSV format by using the --out/-o option for k6 run, like this:
Or if you want to get the result gzipped, like this:
The CSV result file will contain lines like these:
Each entry in the report represents a metric metric_name along with its value metric_value at time timestamp. If there's an error, then the error along with the error_code fields will be populated.