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didierodayo
Partner - Creator III
Partner - Creator III

count in set Analysis

Hi All,

1- I would like to count the ACCESS TIME where the count of ACCESS TIME per day is  <= 10.

2- I also need the access frequency based on the timestamp

how can I achieve this with set analysis?

I have tried the first one but it is not returning anything

1-  count({<TRACKING_FUNCTION_ID ={"count(TRACKING_FUNCTION_ID)<= 10"}>}TRACKING_FUNCTION_ID)

2- ??

6 Replies
Anonymous
Not applicable

may be like this?

=count({<TRACKING_FUNCTION_ID ={"<=10"}>}TRACKING_FUNCTION_ID)

or

=count({<TRACKING_FUNCTION_ID ={"<= 10"}>} distinct TRACKING_FUNCTION_ID)

tamilarasu
Champion
Champion

Hi,

1. Count({<TRACKING_FUNCTION_ID={"=Count(TRACKING_FUNCTION_ID)<=10"}>}TRACKING_FUNCTION_ID)

2 . Please post your expected output.

didierodayo
Partner - Creator III
Partner - Creator III
Author

Hi Tamil,

for number 2

I would like to know how often screens are accessed based on the ACCESS TIME field.

Thanks

Anonymous
Not applicable

Hi Didier,

1.- =count(DISTINCT {<YourDimOnChart={"=count(DISTINCT YourFieldToCount)<= 100"}>}YourFieldToCount)

2.- SUM({<YourDimOnChart={"=count(DISTINCT YourFieldToCount)<= 100"}>} Time([ACCESS TIME]))/Sum(TOTAL <YourDimOnChart> Time([ACCESS TIME]))

Rgards!!

maniram23
Creator II
Creator II

Hi,

Count({<TRACKING_FUNCTION_ID={"=Count(TRACKING_FUNCTION_ID)<=10"}>} DISTINCT TRACKING_FUNCTION_ID)

tamilarasu
Champion
Champion

Hi Didier,

You mean the frquency between the two intervals.? If you could show me some small example with expected output, It would be easy for me to provide the solution.