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Depending on exactly what you want, you can use sequential segmentation to narrow things down much more precisely than just a visit-based segment. However, that's even more work than just a visit-based segment, and certainly more work than just hovering your mouse. It also has the effect of changing the rest of the report.

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A single visit can have multiple referring domains. Because the definition of a visit is 30 minutes of inactivity, imagine that you search on google, visit the site, then within a few minutes you search on Bing and visit the site again. That visit would have some pages with Google and some with Bing. Thus the "visits with Google" will pull in all of those pages and you can see Bing in your report.

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I know it's not the same as filtering, but you can create a calculated metric like "if ( visits > 1000, bouncerate, 0 )". Then anything with less than a thousand visits will be sorted to the end (if you're looking for high bounce rate). You can change the 0 to a large number (say 1000) if you want to look at low bouncerates. Or you could be even more sophisticated and interpolate between the total bouncerate (i.e. the bouncerate for the site overall) and the page's bouncerate if visits < 1000. T...

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Unfortunately, it's not really meant to work with time as the independent variable. It's for comparing two metrics, and time isn't a metric. That said, I think you can get what you want by using the cumulative function. It will only work if the dimension of your report is time, because it's not really time based, but rather "row number" based. The idea is that we set a 1 on every row in the results, and then use cumulative to turn that into 1, 2, 3, ... Then that is used as the independent varia...

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Unfortunately, it's not really meant to work with time as the independent variable. It's for comparing two metrics, and time isn't a metric. That said, I think you can get what you want by using the cumulative function. It will only work if the dimension of your report is time, because it's not really time based, but rather "row number" based. The idea is that we set a 1 on every row in the results, and then use cumulative to turn that into 1, 2, 3, ... Then that is used as the independent varia...

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