New in the Analytics Suite

Newsletter - January 2016

DASHBOARDS APPLICATION

The Dashboards application continues to evolve. We’ve enriched it with even more features to help you easily manage your digital activities.

New OAuth connectors for even more comprehensive dashboards 

Display performance data for your YouTube videos and pages, as well as Google Analytics data, in the Dashboards application.

Connectors are currently available for:

  • Twitter (public API)
  • Facebook (Graph API)
  • LinkedIn
  • YouTube
  • Google Analytics

In order to display data from these platforms in your dashboards, you must first enable the appropriate connectors from within your AT Internet user profile. Then, you may proceed with creating “external” data sets using the Dashboard Manager application.

Remember, you may also directly connect data from any public API, or data requiring basic authentication, from directly within the Dashboard Manager app, without first enabling anything.

Please refer to the respective documentation for each of these APIs in order to create data sets that best respond to your analytics needs.

 

New map chart

Geolocalise your traffic on a map with breakdown by country. You can move and zoom around this map however you’d like.

 

Customise granularity on line graphs 

Get even greater perspective with your analyses, thanks to new “week”- and “month”-level granularity options, which have been added to the current “day”-level granularity.

 

EXPLORE YOUR AT INTERNET DATA IN POWER BI

Now, it’s possible (and free) to connect your AT Internet data to Power BI, a globally used business intelligence tool.

Build intuitive, customised reports, and easily share them within your organisation.

Read Microsoft’s article: “Explore your AT Internet data in Power BI”

DATA QUERY APPLICATION

New global metric for calculating visits: “Visits (all)”

Not all visits necessarily involve the loading of a page (visits coming from a click on a video or an ad banner, for example). Until now, these visits with events but with no page loads were counted in the metric “Visits (without pages)”.

This new metric, “Visits (all)”, available in your Data Query application, indicates the sum of all visits, with and without pages, and should be analysed alongside the other already-existing metric covering the same scope, “Visitors (all)”.

ANY QUESTIONS?

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