Common website analytics aggregation formulas


(Demetrius Nunes) #1

Hi guys,

At my company we're building a platform product which has a big analytics
component to it.

I am intending to use elasticsearch to power that part of the platform.

Most of the analytics examples that I see using elasticsearch aggregations
are around systems logs & monitoring.

There quite a few metrics that I have to provide reporting that are very
typical of website analytics, such as time spent on site, bounce rate,
active users, etc.

I've already implemented all the tracking code within the system and I have
indexes with timestamps, user-generated events such as page hits, clicks,
and so on.

So, are there any good references, best practices, plugins or even formulas
on how to implement these kinds of website analytics metrics using
elasticsearch?

Thanks a lot,
Demetrius

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(Anki Reddy) #2

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On Saturday, May 3, 2014 5:17:13 AM UTC+5:30, Demetrius Nunes wrote:

Hi guys,

At my company we're building a platform product which has a big analytics
component to it.

I am intending to use elasticsearch to power that part of the platform.

Most of the analytics examples that I see using elasticsearch aggregations
are around systems logs & monitoring.

There quite a few metrics that I have to provide reporting that are very
typical of website analytics, such as time spent on site, bounce rate,
active users, etc.

I've already implemented all the tracking code within the system and I
have indexes with timestamps, user-generated events such as page hits,
clicks, and so on.

So, are there any good references, best practices, plugins or even
formulas on how to implement these kinds of website analytics metrics using
elasticsearch?

Thanks a lot,
Demetrius

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