Posted 17 May 2013
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I think maybe I can explain it a bit clearer:
What we are thinking to achieve now is, let?s consider a scenario:
There are 5 possibilities of action from a user workflow, A, B, C, D, and E.
We are only interested in A and B, and therefore we will track this using TrackFeature(?Feature.A?/?Feature.B?).
However, we want to be able to know the percentage of A or B, as compared to the usage of the whole workflow (which involves A, B, C, D and E).
As such, we will track everytime the workflow is being used using TrackFeature(?All.Feature?).
So for example, the workflow usage is as follow: A, B, E, D, B, A, E, D, E, E, A, A
I will expect the following number recorded in Analytics website:
Feature.A = 4
Feature.B = 2
All.Feature = 12
What I want to do, is to know that
feature A is 4/12 = 33.33%
feature B is 2/12 = 1.667%
The reason why we want to do this is because for the same workflow, there might be other value observed which has exactly the same total number of count, so, consider my example:
A, B, E, D, B, A, E, D, E, E, A, A
There will be another feature going in parallel in the same workflow which goes something like:
X, X, Z, Y, Y, X, Z, W, Y, Z, Z, W
And so, if we?re only interested in only X and Y, we can use the total count number recorded in All.Feature also.
So, question is, can I do this using the Feature views or some other ways?
Hope this clarifies my question.