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Re: How to send events / numeric evars from Android SDK
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Dear Arun, thank you very much for your reply. I didn't know about the classification rule builder. It's handy to have this possibility. Although, bucketing by RegEx-ing string eVars is kind of a workaround. It "feels somewhat wrong". I just wanted to use standard numeric operators. As alternative I now bucket on the client and just send the bucket keys via eVar. If there is another approach at sending and comparing numbers I would be happy if you'd let me know.Thank you!

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Hi,I encountered the following problem:When using the Android SDK I would like to send the user's individual game score as a numeric value together with an action.So in Android I normally useHashMap cdata = new HashMap();cdata.put("myapp.evar.game_score", 12345);Analytics.trackAction("myapp.action.game_score_changed_action", cdata);The eVars are created in the web dashboard. This work nice for a defined set of values, but doesn't work very well for numeric values.I would like to apply a filterin...

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