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16-04-2021

Hi, I'm trying to calculate the average number of visits per hour of day over a given time period.
When I create an Average Visits metric like this: 

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and then use that to breakdown by the Hour of Day dimension, I would expect it to give me the average per hour of day, however, it gives me only one value: the average of the entire selected time period. Like this:

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How do i get the average number of visits that I can break down by hour of day?

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21-04-2021

Dear mdep,

Are you looking for the average hourly visits in a day i.e. Visits in a day / 24? Or average hourly visits for the time period selected i.e. Visits for the time period / No. of hours for the time period? If yes, create a calculated metric based on the below.

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Once created, you should see the below numbers.

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But, not sure about the metric average number of visits per hour of the day, can you explain more?

Thank You, Pratheep Arun Raj B | Xerago | Terryn Winter Analytics

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@mdep 

Hoping this should solve the problem without creating any additional metrics. Where the Bars are showing the maximum visits in a particular hour from Jan-Feb in this case. Make sure to update the Date range or feel free to use the Rolling date range.

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