My suspicion is that the stitching isn't working for some reason or
other - it looks like we can break down other data sources imports how
I'm wanting to do it. But it's a pain that you can't actually see what
the transaction ID is in Adobe Workspace / Warehouse (I think), as it
Good thinking! So what I've done now is followed your advice and used
the column sum functions to basically create my weighting operator, so
for instance: Weighting operator = Column Sum (Metric 1) / Column Sum
(Metric 2)thenMetric 2 * Weighting operator. This gives me a nicely
weighted value for Me...
Hi, I have a bit of a tricky question which I find quite difficult to
explain... I hope it makes sense! Essentially, what I want to do is
weight dimension values according to a calculated metric, but keep it so
that each dimension item is weighted by an absolute value (the column
sum) rather than re...
Hi, I'm a bit of a data sources novice and struggling a bit to
understand how they work. I've set up the import (i.e. date, dimension
A, dimension B, metric C and metric D, transactionID) and I can see the
data has been uploaded to my set up, so I can now build a table in
Workspace for the totals fo...
Hi, I have a question regarding Data Sources (and, I guess,
classifications) I have a load of call centre data I want to import into
Analytics, including a number of columns such as customer ID, date, call
type etc. What I'd really like to do is to import them using data
sources (so we can associate...
Hi, I have a Data Warehouse headscratcher... Hoping someone might be
able to help me explain something... The situation is this: We have two
props, one for 'full URL' (containing domain name, parameter strings)
and one for 'path' (url excluding domain name and parameter strings). We
have a segment (...