I am looking at Visit Depth (Pages per Visit) in Workspace to understand the distribution of the amount of pages seen in one visit.
What I don´t understand, how can I have less page views associated to an amount of pages per visit than pages seen in that visit.
To make it a bit more clear, at the end of my visual I see a table like that... How can the number of page views e.g. only be 243 if I have 1232 pages seen in that first visit?
|Visit Depth||Visits||Page Views|
|Pages per Visit: 1232||1||243|
|Pages per Visit: 1254||1||265|
|Pages per Visit: 1342||1||253|
|Pages per Visit: 1355||1||302|
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thanks for your answer.
I already looked at the page depth, and as some of the pages had pretty high values there I got the idea to investigate the visit depth in detail. Unfortunately neither the page (or hit) depth nor the visit depth can be applied on only a part of my report suite (a segment).
But it was a interesting hint.