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Think of segmentation as trying to get a box full of data from Adobe
Analytics.First all of your data in Adobe Analytics are contained inside
an initial big box. If you open this box you will see multiple Visitor
boxes. Each of this box will contain all of the data about a specific
visitor. Now if you open any of the visitor box, you will see multiple
visit boxes. Each of the visit box will contain all of the data for a
specific visit. now if you open a visit box you will see multiple hit
The segments shown in the screenshots are not equal. The first returns
the visits where at least one hit matches the criteria, the second one
returns only those hits that match the criteria. The second segment
returns a subset of the first segment. To make the segments equal you
should either set "Include Hit" in the first segment or set "Include
Visit" in the second one. Try and let us know the result. Best
wishes,Andrey Osadchuk | Inspect Launch Implementation, Automate
Classifications & Data ...
As you can see, TSpV shown by its metric is 124(123.53257388839309 in
specific).However, if you calculate TSpV:2,353,172 / (36,066 - 14,438) =
109it shows a certain amount of difference than shown by the metric
TSpV(seconds). Why is this happening?
Yes hyejik65885166, Now you are right. My earlier reply was half-held
due to internet issues. The second diagram is correct. If the first
Server Call in the visit is an s.tl() call with eVar or Prop, and then
no calls are made, then eVar will have one entry and the page will not
have any. This is because Page Variable cannot be set in s.tl() call.
Thank You, Pratheep Arun Raj B.
Dear hyejik65885166, Here you go with my blog post. Entries in
detailed it and thus if it is fine, kindly mark the answer 'correct' so
that it will help others. Thank You, Pratheep Arun Raj.