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Export Data zu csv-files

It would be great if we could export all the data to a csv-file (or a set of csv-files) so that they can be imported to a BI-tool like Qlik or Power BI

Approved Category: Feature rainer.knappe shared this idea

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  1. Thank you rainer.knappe for this idea.

    An export function is a good idea. We are redoing some of the database structure. When this is done an export function shouldn’t be a lot of work. I will discuss this with our team.

    Can you give us some ideas on what kind of export you’d like/need for your PowerBi setup.
    For example the pageviews, visitors, sessions, bounces per day?
    Or maybe per hour?
    Or all tracked pageviews?
    Or something else?

    If you don’t have an idea, that’s okay too 🙂

    We are also thinking about making some statistics available through the WordPress REST API. So you can automate this process. This is not planned as of now.

    Kind regards,
    Hessel

  2. thank you Hessel for your questions.

    I personally do not need hourly stats – someone else might see this different.
    It would be great if everything that is accessible now on the stats page (and everything that will added by you in the future) would be enclosed in the export file(s).
    So as you say pageviews, visitor, sessions, bounces… but also the visited pages (so that I can set up a “top 10” or so). In the future there would be great if I could set up a hitparade for the countries where visitors came from.
    Of course all this should have a relationship to time so that I can aggregate by day, week, month, year… If you just provide the date the aggregation can be done in the BI-system.
    And integration in the REST API would be great.
    In the first step however it would be ok if I can download csv-files whenever I want to refresh my dashboard.

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2 Responses

  1. Thank you rainer.knappe for this idea.

    An export function is a good idea. We are redoing some of the database structure. When this is done an export function shouldn’t be a lot of work. I will discuss this with our team.

    Can you give us some ideas on what kind of export you’d like/need for your PowerBi setup.
    For example the pageviews, visitors, sessions, bounces per day?
    Or maybe per hour?
    Or all tracked pageviews?
    Or something else?

    If you don’t have an idea, that’s okay too 🙂

    We are also thinking about making some statistics available through the WordPress REST API. So you can automate this process. This is not planned as of now.

    Kind regards,
    Hessel

  2. thank you Hessel for your questions.

    I personally do not need hourly stats – someone else might see this different.
    It would be great if everything that is accessible now on the stats page (and everything that will added by you in the future) would be enclosed in the export file(s).
    So as you say pageviews, visitor, sessions, bounces… but also the visited pages (so that I can set up a “top 10” or so). In the future there would be great if I could set up a hitparade for the countries where visitors came from.
    Of course all this should have a relationship to time so that I can aggregate by day, week, month, year… If you just provide the date the aggregation can be done in the BI-system.
    And integration in the REST API would be great.
    In the first step however it would be ok if I can download csv-files whenever I want to refresh my dashboard.

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