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Re: Check persistence of eVar on next Page in Workspace
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Can you confirm what your looking for. Sounds like you want to know the percentage of visits to Page1 where a user with an eVar1="Proposed" goes on to page2. If so, then see below. If not, please clarify. Visit Page = "Page1" & eVar1 = "Proposed" -then- Page = "Page2" & eVar1 = "Proposed" Divided by Visits Page = "Page1" & eVar1 = "Proposed" Hope that helps.

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You could use the Approximate Count Distinct function to create a calculated "Days" metric. It's only going to return a count for days that have a value, but it sounds like that's what you want. Here's an Analytics Demystified article explaining how to create a 'Daily Average Visits' metric. You'd use the same concept, just take out the Visits part. Should look like this: This is going to be Approximate, meaning that sometimes it will be off by a small percentage, but hopefully it will work for ...

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