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Re: Assign user IDs not visitor IDs to experiment variation
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Do we have to use the device co-op or can we use something like the visitor ID stitching in analytics?

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Just to be clear (double and triple check!) - as long as I am targeting a page post sign in page - Adobe Target "magic" will make sure that a user dropped into a experience A will always see experience A no matter what browser they use? How does it do this?

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Thanks Mihnea,One followup - how do I configure an activity to target post log-in URL?Matt

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I want to be able to run AB tests that consistently drop a user into a specific (randomized) experiment experience - no matter which browser they sign in on. The experience is post sign in - so essentially I want to randomly assign user ids to test and control - as opposed to visitor ids. Is this possible? I cannot find out how to do this in the documentation. Can someone point me in the right direction - I may be looking for the wrong thing!Thanks,Matt

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Is there no way to calculate two 'time prior to event' values and subtract them?

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I also wonder if Sensei already knows what last year was to do anomaly detection 🙂

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Starting a new thread since the previous one here fizzled out.Fellow Adobe users and adobe product team. Here is a suggestion that stemmed from an embarrassing situation that cropped up today! For context - we have broad Adobe instrumentation in at Chegg - however we are still in the process of driving adoption of Analysis Workspace - since for so many things it is a really quick tool and avoid the need for complex data processes and things like Tableau dashboards - which end up being a source o...

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OK - I figured out what is going on! The way functions work is not how I expected (and others asking this and similar questions). Aggregate / Statistical functions are applied to the breakdown rows of data in the freeform table - as opposed to the raw data. Here is a simple example. You can see that the mean pageviews per visit column has the same value for all rows:Pageviews per visit is defined like this:Mean pageviews per visit is defined like this (note it includes a function):Why does the m...

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Did you get an answer from Adobe on this?  I have same problem!

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I have a question about the lookup files that get exported with the clickstream data. We export data every hour, and in each export I get a set of lookup files.The lookup files contains two fields - an id and a value. The lookups are essentially dimension tables, the main clickstream data set is the fact table.As I make each export available in our data warehouse I have a choice - depending on what assumptions I want to make about the lookup tables:Denormalize and store : apply the appropriate l...

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When using the Adobe Campaign Data API I have a long running query that eventually seems to time out with this error "WEB-530011 Service temporarily unavailable.". Is there a system setting that controls when this error is returned? I cannot find it in the docs anywhere.This timeout happens when I run a query that needs to hit a large Message Center table and take a small 1% sample of the email addresses in that table - since there is too much data to return (> 25M records). This is the query - ...

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Thanks for input. We did try the incremental query but in Adobe Campaign 7 it is not possible to get new and modified records via an incremental query.In the end I created a workflow with a javascript node that read a last_run_date from a file and captured the current date-time - both values were written to instance vars to be used in later steps in the workflow:// Get last_run_date from filevar f = new File("/path/last_run_date.txt");f.open("r");var line = f.readln();f.close();instance.vars.las...

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In my workflow I am populating an instance variable with the last run date:instance.vars.last_run_date = new Date()Each time this workflow runs it populates the variable. My question is - how do I use this variable in a query node target selection - I want to only pull back records where the expression modification date > instance.vars.last_run_date is true.I cannot find examples of how to do this. Any pointers would be super helpful.Cheers,Matt

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