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Re: Report Builder Full Correlation for s.props
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This evar is based on the last allocation.

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SiteCatalyst recently implemented the full correlation for sprops, however, this feature was not extended to report builder. As a result, you're only able to correlate sprops where the connnections have been established.

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I set up an eVar to capture the login status. It includes the values no, yes, and facebook. None wasn't a value we expected but Omniture is passing because it didn't have a value at the time the event was recorded. That's fine. The problem is when you add up all the permutations of the visits. It goes over 100%. According to client care, it's because the event is fired twice. Once with when there was no value set and then again later when it is set. So to clean it up and to have things match the...

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In the trend report, it would be nice to have the option to have the aggregated chart versus only top 5 items in the reports. Robert

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So on our pages, feature impression count may differ greatly. For example, listing profile pages that have menus, reviews, photos, etc. Currently we use a custom variable using the list prop. We have another custom variable to capture the feature clicks (i.e. menus, reviews, photos, etc. It would be nice to be able to calculate the click through conversion by individual feature counts.

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Using a custom variable, we currently capture both the impressions and clicks for a particular feature. To calculate the CTR conversion is has to be done manually. It would be nice to be able to calculate the conversion from these two separate custom variables within SiteCatalyst by offering a calculated custom variable. Robert

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