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Bulk Downloading Adobe Analytics Data

July 21, 2016
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This blog post also serves as release notes for RSiteCatalyst v1.4.9, as only one feature was added (batch report request and download). But it’s a feature big enough for its own post! Recently, I was asked how I would approach replicating the market basket analysis blog post I wrote for 33 Sticks, but using a

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Adobe Analytics Clickstream Data Feed: Calculations and Outlier Analysis

May 24, 2016
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In a previous post, I outlined how to load daily Adobe Analytics Clickstream data feeds into a PostgreSQL database. While this isn’t a long-term scalable solution for large e-commerce companies doing millions of page views per day, for exploratory analysis a relational database structure can work well until a more robust solution is put into

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Adobe: Give Credit. You DID NOT Write RSiteCatalyst.

May 9, 2016
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Adobe: Give Credit. You DID NOT Write RSiteCatalyst.

As an author of several open-source software projects, I’ve taken for granted that people using the software share the same community values as I do. Open-source authors provide their code “free” to the community so that others may benefit without having to re-invent the wheel. The only expectation (but not an actual requirement per se), is

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Travis CI: “You Have Too Many Tests LOLZ!”

April 5, 2016
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No output has been received in the last 10m0s, this potentially indicates a stalled build or something wrong with the build itself. As part of getting RSiteCatalyst 1.4.8 ready for CRAN, I’ve managed to accumulate hundreds of testthat tests across 63 test files. Each of these tests runs on Travis CI against an authenticated API, and the

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RSiteCatalyst Version 1.4.8 Release Notes

April 4, 2016
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RSiteCatalyst Version 1.4.8 Release Notes

For being in RSiteCatalyst retirement, I’m ending up working on more functionality lately ¯_(ツ)_/¯. Here are the changes for RSiteCatalyst 1.4.8, which should be available on CRAN shortly: Segment Stacking RSiteCatalyst now has the ability to take multiple values in the segment.id keyword for the Queue* functions. This functionality was graciously provided by Adam Gitzes, closing an issue

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Adobe Analytics Clickstream Data Feed: Loading To Relational Database

March 18, 2016
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In my previous post about the Adobe Analytics Clickstream Data Feed, I showed how it was possible to take a single day worth of data and build a dataframe in R. However, most likely your analysis will require using multiple days/weeks/months of data, and given the size and complexity of the feed, loading the files

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Calling RSiteCatalyst From Python

February 22, 2016
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Calling RSiteCatalyst From Python

@randyzwitch Do you know if anyone has gotten RSiteCat running in a Jupyter Notebook that ran RPY2? Tired of using 2 different environments — Adam Gitzes (@FootballActuary) February 18, 2016 This will be a very short post, because the only “new” information I’m going to provide is the minimal example to answer the question. Yes, it

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RSiteCatalyst Version 1.4.7 (and 1.4.6.) Release Notes

February 1, 2016
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It seems as though I missed release notes for version RSiteCatalyst 1.4.6, so we’ll do those and RSiteCatalyst 1.4.7 (now on CRAN) and the same time… RSiteCatalyst 1.4.6 This release was mostly tweaking some settings, specifically: Adding a second `top` argument within the Queue* functions for more control on results returned. It used to be

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A Million Text Files And A Single Laptop

January 28, 2016
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A Million Text Files And A Single Laptop

More often that I would like, I receive datasets where the data has only been partially cleaned, such as the picture on the right: hundreds, thousands…even millions of tiny files. Usually when this happens, the data all have the same format (such as having being generated by sensors or other memory-constrained devices). The problem with data

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RSiteCatalyst Version 1.4.5 Release Notes

August 17, 2015
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It’s only been a month since the last RSiteCatalyst update, and this update is also a pretty minor update in terms of functionality. Set Your Own Endpoint For the overseas users (or companies with weird setups), you can now use the endpoint argument in the SCAuth() function to specify your API endpoint. For the most part, this

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