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Difficulty in matching figures and i'm not sure why

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Hello people

i'm building a dashboard in Tableau.

This dashboard will show a line graph of visits, a line graph of visitors, a stacked breakdown of visits split by traffic type, e.g, direct, email, etc.  It will also show top pages and i need to be able to split by country.  The country will be extracted from two letters of the url, e,g, en or de.

When i first designed this, i used DW to extract this information and i selected the following dimensions:

Referrer

Referring Domains

Referrer type

Pages

And the following metrics

Visits

Visitors

Other items will be on the dashboard but i have to extract them separately through SiteCatalyst - bounces/entries.

My problem as you probably have deduced is that if i were to look at my visits in SiteCatalyst, they wouldn't match what is in my DW extract and i'm thinking its because of the dimensions i'm pulling alongside?

Any advice?

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@angelad64963316 @PratheepArunRaj 

If you need to import Adobe analytics data in Tableau, Daexus built a free web data connector.

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To access it, paste the link in Tableau and start brining your data.

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The paid version enables date expressions and automated data imports.

Access the link on their website