- Hi Cloga,

The different containers (Visitor, Visit, Page view) uses a methodology to

de-duplicate your data, each in a slightly different way, with some

applied by default in SC and selectable in Discover. I don't know exactly

why the numbers are different between the two systems collecting data from

the same profile definition, perhaps Judah Phillips knows, Judah?

When ever I want to report the value of a section within a website, I use

Paths > Pages > Entries & Exits > Entry pages in SC to report on Visits.

This only considers the visits which enter my pages, and if I add these

together I get a number which mostly matches the sum of all visits.

But this value alone in tells me nothing about the Visits which 'path' from

elsewhere on my website to arrive at my entry pages. To see the value of

these 'pathing' visits, I usually correlate the Entry pages report to the

Pages report for the same period of time, subtracting the value of Entry

visits from the Entry pages report from the value of Visits in the Pages

report. This gives me an approximation of the total Visit value of those

'pathing' to each page name.

Damien

On 9 May 2012 01:34, 陈龙 <cloga0216@...> wrote:

> **

>

>

> Hi All:

>

> I found visits discrepancy in Omniture SC and Discover.Sometimes

> this discrepancy is little and sometimes is big.How do two product from one

> company have such discrepancy?

>

> An other question is about the visits in SC and Discover.I found the sum of

> the visits will bigger than the total visits.For example, I breakdown the

> all visits with campaign type, the sum visits of all the campaign type is

> bigger than the total visits in the period.I find a an article from

> knowledge base:

>

> Why don't the sum of the *visits* from each row in my SiteCatalyst report

> equal the total *visits* to my Web site?

>

> In any report in SiteCatalyst the sum of *visits* on each row will never

> equal the total. That is because you cannot sum *visits* without

> duplication. Suppose the same person *visits* the site through campaign 123

> and 456 within the same *visit*. The data in report would look something

> like this:

>

> Campaign *Visits*

>

> 123 1

>

> 456 1

>

> Total 1

>

> Is it means that in SC and Discover one visit can belong multi-source? If

> so , then how can we segment visits to different type that not a standard

> segment of SC.For example I may want to know the visits come from

> navigation sites, but the sum of the visits from navigation site is not the

> number I want because there are some duplicate visits.

>

> Can anyone give me some suggestions for two question above? Thank you very

> much.

>

> --

> Best Regards~

> Cloga

> Blog:www.cloga.info

> Linkedin:Cloga Chen<

> http://www.linkedin.com/profile/view?id=78720355&trk=tab_pro>

> Google+:陈龙 <https://plus.google.com/u/0/112579705991343211582/posts>

>

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>

>

>

[Non-text portions of this message have been removed] - Thank you Damien.

2012/5/17 Damien <damien@...>

> **

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>

>

> Hi Cloga,

>

> The different containers (Visitor, Visit, Page view) uses a methodology to

> de-duplicate your data, each in a slightly different way, with some

> applied by default in SC and selectable in Discover. I don't know exactly

> why the numbers are different between the two systems collecting data from

> the same profile definition, perhaps Judah Phillips knows, Judah?

>

> When ever I want to report the value of a section within a website, I use

> Paths > Pages > Entries & Exits > Entry pages in SC to report on Visits.

> This only considers the visits which enter my pages, and if I add these

> together I get a number which mostly matches the sum of all visits.

>

> But this value alone in tells me nothing about the Visits which 'path' from

> elsewhere on my website to arrive at my entry pages. To see the value of

> these 'pathing' visits, I usually correlate the Entry pages report to the

> Pages report for the same period of time, subtracting the value of Entry

> visits from the Entry pages report from the value of Visits in the Pages

> report. This gives me an approximation of the total Visit value of those

> 'pathing' to each page name.

>

> Damien

>

> On 9 May 2012 01:34, 陈龙 <cloga0216@...> wrote:

>

> > **

>

> >

> >

> > Hi All:

> >

> > I found visits discrepancy in Omniture SC and Discover.Sometimes

> > this discrepancy is little and sometimes is big.How do two product from

> one

> > company have such discrepancy?

> >

> > An other question is about the visits in SC and Discover.I found the sum

> of

> > the visits will bigger than the total visits.For example, I breakdown the

> > all visits with campaign type, the sum visits of all the campaign type is

> > bigger than the total visits in the period.I find a an article from

> > knowledge base:

> >

> > Why don't the sum of the *visits* from each row in my SiteCatalyst report

> > equal the total *visits* to my Web site?

> >

> > In any report in SiteCatalyst the sum of *visits* on each row will never

> > equal the total. That is because you cannot sum *visits* without

> > duplication. Suppose the same person *visits* the site through campaign

> 123

> > and 456 within the same *visit*. The data in report would look something

> > like this:

> >

> > Campaign *Visits*

>

> >

> > 123 1

> >

> > 456 1

> >

> > Total 1

> >

> > Is it means that in SC and Discover one visit can belong multi-source? If

> > so , then how can we segment visits to different type that not a standard

> > segment of SC.For example I may want to know the visits come from

> > navigation sites, but the sum of the visits from navigation site is not

> the

> > number I want because there are some duplicate visits.

> >

> > Can anyone give me some suggestions for two question above? Thank you

> very

> > much.

> >

> > --

> > Best Regards~

> > Cloga

> > Blog:www.cloga.info

> > Linkedin:Cloga Chen<

> > http://www.linkedin.com/profile/view?id=78720355&trk=tab_pro>

> > Google+:陈龙 <https://plus.google.com/u/0/112579705991343211582/posts>

> >

> > [Non-text portions of this message have been removed]

> >

> >

> >

>

> [Non-text portions of this message have been removed]

>

>

>

Best Regards~

Cloga

Blog:www.cloga.info

Linkedin:Cloga Chen<http://www.linkedin.com/profile/view?id=78720355&trk=tab_pro>

Google+:陈龙 <https://plus.google.com/u/0/112579705991343211582/posts>

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