Flurry Analytics Explorer¶
Flurry Analytics Explorer is a major new feature within Flurry Analytics.
Explorer lets you analyze and interpret actions that users take when they are using your app. That means your engineering, marketing and product teams can slice-and-dice a wide range of data in multiple ways simply by building queries through a menu driven UI. Explorer is ideal for use with ad hoc querying and analysis.
To get the results of your queries, you simply click the Run Query button in the UI. The results are displayed in graphical and numeric form (bar charts and line graphs), enabling you to determine analytically the value of a particular query.
Explorer is a complete integrated feature of Flurry Analytics. For this reason, you won’t need to write a single line of code or change your SDK implementation in any way to use Explorer. However, you many want to consider updating the structure of your Events (e.g. moving data into parameters) to take advantage of the capabilities available within Explorer. For more information, see the references in the Learn More section below
To get started, you’ll need to be a registered Flurry developer who has downloaded and integrated the Flurry SDK into your app.
There are no coding or programming prerequisites to work successfully with Explorer. No Explorer SDK for iOS or Android is required. The Flurry Analytics SDK will continue to capture all of your app data, and then a portion of that data is ingested into Explorer for use in this new tool.
Follow these steps to get started:
- Log in to the Flurry Developer Portal and navigate to Explorer by clicking on the top navigation item of that name.
- Click New Query, or select from example datasets to begin exploring.
You can then flexibly examine this data to test hypotheses, answer questions and drive actionable insights.
The documentation for Explorer is grouped around these topics:
|About||Introduces key Explorer benefits, with a video walkthrough and an example use case scenario.|
|Building Queries||Navigate the various components of the UI and learn how to build queries with Explorer.|
|Common Use Cases||Understand common Explorer use cases that may be relevant to building your queries.|
|Tutorial: Basics||Learn from a step-by-step tutorial that walks you through three specific query-building tasks.|
|Tutorial: Advanced||Learn more advanced techniques for working with Explorer.|
|Resources||Tap into learning resources, like video tutorials, Flurry news, updates and blogs.|
|FAQs||Get help on issues and concerns when working with Explorer.|
|Feedback||Provide valuable feedback and input to the Flurry team.|
The Flurry team is dedicated to providing you with the best possible support for developing your apps on the Flurry from Yahoo platform.
If you have a question or want to provide feedback, click the Provide Feedback button in the lower right corner of the UI and complete the feedback form that pops up in a window. We’d love to hear from you!