This is how my data project continued. After nearly five years of running I decided to have a closer look at the analysis, visualization and presentation of my runs, and not just to trust my gut feeling. 192 more words
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Collecting web usage data through services like Google Analytics is a top priority for any library. But what about user privacy?
Most libraries (and websites for that matter) lean on Google Analytics to measure website usage and learn about how people access their online content. 826 more words
Google Analytics provide two types of functionalities to view your data as per your requirement.
“View Filters” & “Advanced Segments”. Let’s have a look at what they are & where should they be applied ? 267 more words
So you’ve read about RunSignUp and Google Analytics and you realize how helpful it can be to track the web traffic related to your event. You’ve added your Google Analytics information to your RunSignUp race but you’ve got your own race website and are either linking to RunSignUp for registration, or are using the RunSignUp widgets on your website and you’re concerned about cross-domain tracking. 674 more words