Category Archives: Google Analytics

How to Connect Google Analytics with AppEngine (Python) and d3js: Another Heatmap Tutorial

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In my last post I showed how to connect Google Analytics with R. In this post we will build another heat map. This time with the Google AppEngine (Python) application and connect it to a Google Analytics account. This post will give you a starting point for developing Google Analytics applications in AppEngine. You will

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2015 Analytics Predictions, the Best Data Tools and Measuring What Matters: Analytics Roundup

Well, after a nice holiday vacation, we’re back to the Analytics salt mines digging up the best information so you don’t have to. Read on to hear about tech expert predictions for 2015, how to ramp up a new Analytics career and tips for measuring the customer journey for marketers.  5 Steps to Transition Your Career to Analytics

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Easier Cross Device Tracking, Track iOS App Install Campaigns, and the Google Analytics Guide of Epic Proportions: Analytics Roundup

Holiday prep madness got you down? No time to keep up on all things analytics? Not to worry, we did it for you. Sit back, relax, sip some nog and check out a few of the articles we found helpful earlier this week.  How Google Analytics Can Make Cross Device Marketing Easier (CMS Wire) “Laptops with

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Google Analytics Tutorial: Why Your Custom Variables Aren’t Showing Up Anymore

Ever wonder why your custom variables aren’t working anymore? The easy answer is Universal Analytics happened. Now what?  Replace Custom Variable with Custom Dimensions When Google released Universal Analytics, Custom Dimensions replaced Custom Variables. Custom Dimensions are similar but are setup slightly different. The good thing is it provides more flexibility (Google also added Custom

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Data with a Soul: 3 Surprising Things I Learned about Analytics from a Best Selling Empathy Researcher

I was reading Brene Brown’s book Daring Greatly recently and was struck by this quote: “Connection is what we are made for.” I’ve found that Brene Brown gets right to the heart of our purpose as humans. I love meaningful conversations with loved ones and friends. Sharing honest, personal, poignant and vulnerable stories about our struggles

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