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Favorite Query Service Tricks in Adobe Experience Platform (Part 3) by Stories by Jaemi Bremner on Medium

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Frederik Werner is a German Analytics Lead and Data Scientist working in and writing about Web Analytics and Online Marketing Technology. In this second post of a four-part series, Frederik will provide the overview and get-started tips on Adobe Experience Platform Query Service. He gives examples of his favorite tricks using Query Service and specifically for customer journey analysis use cases in Customer Journey Analytics. It also includes how to write back data to Adobe Experience Platform.

Query Service is a feature of Adobe Experience Platform. Adobe Experience Platform provides SQL analytics and AI/ML capabilities that enable enterprises to generate and operationalize customer intelligence for driving improved personalized customer experiences.
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Recreating entry- and exit Dimensions
Another thing that is missing from the Analytics Data Connector data is some of my beloved Props functionality. In the data we get, there is no entry- or exit dimension for any of our props, which is of course really sad. As a reminder: Those dimensions hold the first and last value a dimension received in a session, with the useridentry page and exit page is a prime example.

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