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user_activities_analytics endpoint

Returns a customized report of your Activities analytics event data. The data returned from the API is as a table with columns for the requested dimensions and metrics. Metrics are individual measurements of user activities, such as active users or sessions count. Dimensions break down metrics across some common criteria, such as day or channel.
post
https://api.mediarithmics.com
/v1/datamarts/:datamartId/user_activities_analytics

platform_monitoring/collections endpoint

Returns a customized report of your Collection volumes. The data returned from the API is as a table with columns for the requested dimensions and metrics. Metrics are individual measurements of user activities, such as active users or sessions count. Dimensions break down metrics across some common criteria, such as date or collection.
post
https://api.mediarithmics.com
/v1/platform_monitoring/collections

Request body

JSON representation
{
"date_ranges": [DateRange],
"dimensions": [Dimension],
"dimension_filter_clauses": FilterClause[DimensionFilter]
"metrics": [Metric]
}

Fields

date_ranges[] object(DateRange)
Retrieve the data in the specified date range. Mandatory. The data is only queryable for the last 4 months. Only one range is allowed, but the API is prepared to accept multiple ranges in the future.
dimensions[] object(Dimension)
The list of dimensions. Mandatory, but can be an empty array.
dimension_filter_clauses object(FilterClause[DimensionFilter])
To express dimension filters. Should either have at least one filter, or is undefined.
metrics[] object(Metric)
The list of metrics. Mandatory, but can be an empty array.
Metrics without dimensions will calculate the metric for the whole data in the date ranges. Metrics with dimensions will calculate the metric for each dimension value.
You usually use dimensions without metrics to retrieve the possible values of a dimension.

DateRange

A contiguous set of days.
{
"start_date": "2021-10-10T00:00:00",
"end_date": "2021-10-25T23:59:59"
}
start_date string
The inclusive start date for the query in the format YYYY-MM-DDTHH:mm:ss.
end_date string
The inclusive end date for the query in the format YYYY-MM-DDTHH:mm:ss.

Dimension

Dimensions are attributes of your data. For example, the dimension channel_id indicates the channel on which activities are recorded.
{
"name": "date_yyyy_mm_dd"
}
For a list of all available dimensions, see the documentation specific to the data cube you are using.

Metric

The quantitative measurements of a report. For example, the metric sessions is the total number of sessions.
{
"expression": "users"
}
For a list of all available metrics, see the documentation specific to the data cube you are using.

FilterClause

A group of filters to apply in a request.
{
"operator": "OR | AND", // Defaults to OR
"filters": [DimensionFilter]
}
operator enum
OR AND. Defaults to OR.
filters[] object(DimensionFilter)
List of filters to apply the operator on. At least one filter should be set.

DimensionFilter

To express a dimension filter, in a dimension_name operator expressions format.
{
"dimension_name": string,
"not": boolean,
"operator": enum,
"expressions": [String],
}
dimension_name string
The name of the dimension to filter on. For a list of all dimensions, see the documentation specific to the data cube you are using.
not boolean
Defaults to false. If set to true, the dimension filter will be evaluated with the dimension_name not operator expressions logic.
operator enum
Select one of the following queries:
  • EXACT will force the dimension to match the first expression set
  • LIKE will allow the dimension to only contain the first expression set
  • IN_LIST will allow the dimension to be one of the expressions set
expressions[] string
One or more keywords to search for.
Examples
// TYPE should be DISPLAY_AD
{
"dimension_name": "TYPE",
"not": false,
"operator": "EXACT",
"expressions": [
"DISPLAY_AD"
]
}
// TYPE should contain SITE
// SITE_VISIT activities will be used
{
"dimension_name": "TYPE",
"not": false,
"operator": "LIKE",
"expressions": [
"SITE"
]
}
// TYPE should not contain SITE
{
"dimension_name": "TYPE",
"not": true,
"operator": "LIKE",
"expressions": [
"SITE"
]
}
// CHANNEL_ID should be either 8888 or 6666
{
"dimension_name": "CHANNEL_ID",
"not": false,
"operator": "IN_LIST",
"expressions": [
"8888",
"6666"
]
}

ReportView

The API responds with a Single resource wrapper containing a report view as data.
{
"status": "ok",
"data": {
"report_view": {
"items_per_page": int,
"total_items": int,
"columns_headers": [string],
"rows": [Row]
}
}
}
items_per_page int
The maximum number of items per page. Always 100 at the moment.
total_items int
The total number of items that are currently returned. Between zero and items_per_page as only the first page can be retrieved at the moment.
column_headers[] string
Used to know which dimension or metric is represented by each column in the rows
rows[] object(Row)
Each row represents a combination of dimensions value and their associated metrics.

Row

A row is created for each dimensions value combination, with the corresponding metrics.
Values are in the same order as column_headers of the ReportView.
"rows": [
[
// Date dimension
"2021-10-10",
// Channel ID dimension
666,
// users metric
3881,
// sessions metric
17800.0
],
[
"2021-10-10",
555,
1838,
4200.0
],
[
"2021-10-11",
666,
532,
3900.0
],
[
"2021-10-11",
555,
8,
100.0
]
// ...[
]
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DateRange
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DimensionFilter
ReportView
Row