Hello all! I remember years ago when instead of making a million "or"
statements in a segment, you could put multiple values into the
dimension (in this case, an evar) definition so that the results would
return data if any of the values were a fit... and the values just
needed to be separated with a ";" (or was it a comma??). More
specifically, I want to see how many visits for a group of 50 customers
meet a certain criteria and instead of making 50 or statements for our
customer number evar, w...
For holiday sales, we would like to see the anomaly detection feature on
our individual products/product pages so we can get real time (or close
to real time) information on "hot products" or products that are having
a hard time on the site.
TanmayM wrote... Hi Meagan, Welcome to the Analytics Community! I think
what you are referring to is called Derived Metrics. It has been there
in Ad-hoc and now in Analytics too. This is a great post on derived
metrics and it should be the thing you are looking for
This post by Adam Greco should also give some additional insights -
Hello!To give our merchandising team a quick view of product performance
at an individual product level we are trying to create a composite score
that provides a single 1-5 (or similar) score for each product, based on
the performance of RPV, Conversion and Exit Rate of each PDP. I see that
at the Summit POPSUGAR showed how they used composite scoring in Adobe
Analytics but NO WHERE online can I find a place that shows me how to
create a composite score. I know what formula I would use in Excel