ga_data_aggregations: Extract metric aggregations from a ga_data result

Description Usage Arguments Examples

View source: R/ga_data.R

Description

[Experimental]

Metric aggregations are available in all requests. This function lets you easily access the data.frames

Usage

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ga_data_aggregations(
  df,
  type = c("all", "totals", "maximums", "minimums", "count")
)

Arguments

df

A data.frame result from ga_data

type

totals, maximums, minimums, counts (if available) or all

Examples

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## Not run: 
#' # send up to 4 date ranges
multi_date <- ga_data(
  206670707,
  metrics = c("activeUsers","sessions"),
  dimensions = c("date","city","dayOfWeek"),
  date_range = c("2020-03-31", "2020-04-27", "2020-04-30", "2020-05-27"),
  dim_filters = ga_data_filter("city"=="Copenhagen"),
  limit = 100
  )

# metric aggregations for each date range
ga_data_aggregations(multi_date, type = "all")

# specify type
ga_data_aggregations(multi_date, type = "maximums")


## End(Not run)

googleAnalyticsR documentation built on April 17, 2021, 5:06 p.m.