We need a per-minute visits deduplication to be able to our system to
scroll & recover the website traffic. Then we have many small periods of
time where our algorithm will work.The only solution I see is to apply
in my Excel file a division, calulated from the header sum vs all my
Excel raws. To keep a consistency in numbers.In that case the division
will be : (107 824 / 25952 = 4,15...).Even if we don't really know for
each minute the weight of new vs "old" visits.
Hello,Here the thing, when I created my Freeform Table in the workspace
I selected my segments, then a metric & a dimension.The table shows me
the sum of the volume of my metric (on the first line of my dimension).
Then there is all the rows just under. When I extracted the table in CSV
and in Excel, I do myself the sum, it appears that there is a huge gap
of volume, with much more volume in my Excel...I tried to understand,
but it appears that the more specific is my metrics (Day -> hour ->
Hello everyone,I tried to figure how to extract to CSV excel, more than
the 400 rows broadcasted in the Workspace display tables in Adobe
Analytics. The thing is, I can't go more than 400 rows...Concretly, I
need to extract data (it's web traffic per minute) from past 3 months.
So, that represents a huge numbers of raws. 3 600 minutes per day (400
rows per extract), that's 4 extracts per day, multiplicate per 90 days =
360 extracts... knowing I have to grouped them in one unique file.Does