Pretty certain you can achieve this if you are willing to use a bar
graph in lieu of a line graph.Calculated MetricColumn Sum [If page views
> 100, 1, else 0]Use month as a dynamic column header below the
metric.Drop page or whatever you dimension is into the table.Select the
dimension title and viz as a bar graph.This works for values that exceed
a threshold, its impossible to use this for values below a threshold
(less than 100) because if a user doesn't view a product at least once
it would n...
I do something similar in which I essentially have a different rule for
either 5 or 6 fields. Not sure if there is a more robust way but this
should be easy to build from for 2/3/4 fields. As an FYI my deliminator
Orders would be the number of times a distinct transaction or purchase
ID was recorded. So five products with on transaction ID would be 1
order. The metric units would answer how many total units were in the
Everything that isn't directly correlated with leads, revenue, or
conflict resolution. But seriously any of the time measures. They don't
mean what people think and lengthy durations are neither good nor bad
unless you have a video platform.
The additions of maps to Analysis Workspace has been a nice evolution,
but most US businesses will find that the volume of activity is highly
correlated to population size. It would be really valuable to have
population context available by default within Adobe analytics so that
users may quickly analyze which regions over or under index on
performance in relation to population. This would make the map tool and
geographic dimensions significantly more valuable.
I have a derived metric to display the percentage of visits that meet
condition "x". It is set up to be viewed as a percent. It works
perfectly in the freeform table.When I drop it into a bar chart it will
only values as either "1" or "0" and am having issues with having the
legend at 0.Please let me know if you have insights.