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Big Data to the rescue of Google Analytics (I) – BigQuery

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6 Responses

  1. Lukas says:

    Wow! Good news for me! I’ve been trying to figure out how to break the aggregation barrier imposed by GA… Thank you for pointing out

  2. Klaus S says:

    I’ve been playing a lot with Big Query. It’s indeed a great product and dead easy, but you are going to face some limitations… have a look at http://de.slideshare.net/gabehamilton/how-bigquery-broke-my-heart . Be aware of them!

    • Bigdata Doc Bigdata Doc says:

      Klaus, thank you for your feedback. I know this presentation, but it’s pretty much outdated. I agree there are some limitations, but the product came a long way since the slides you mention were created

  3. Nicola says:

    Doc! vamos a probarlo! Hasta ahora nuestros clientes no han necesitado más que las views agregadas que te da Google Analytics, pero creo que podemos ofrecerles más valor incrementando la granularidad! Ya te contamos!

    • Bigdata Doc Bigdata Doc says:

      En el momento que agregas los datos, la información contenida se hace más usable pero pierde valor. Seguro que sois capaces de sacarle el máximo partido al raw data! Suerte

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