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22-01-2019

Hello everybody

I'm new using Adobe Analytics and I want to know how can obtain the minute level granularity when using Adobe Analytics API.

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Do you have an API request that's working that almost gives you what you're looking for? Also, are you using the Analytics v2 APIs?

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At this moment I don´t, but i would like to know its possible to get data in this format.

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If you're using the v2 API, then yes it would absolutely be possible. Workspace uses the v2 API, and minute-level breakdowns are possible in reporting there.

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That's good news! Do you have an example query that you can share with me?

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The time series example located here: analytics-2.0-apis/reporting-guide.md at master · AdobeDocs/analytics-2.0-apis · GitHub

Replacing "dimension":"variables/daterangeday" with "dimension":"variables/daterangeminute" should do the trick.