Data Explorer

Data Explorer

Data Explorer

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Trackingplan’s Data Explorer is your place to analyze the evolution of your data values over time.

The image below is just an example of the chart you’ll be provided when accessing your data explorer. In there, you’ll see all the values sorted from their frequency with their proportion to analyze the evolution of your data values over time, and without having to depend on an event to understand how your data behaves.

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With Trackingplan’s Data Explorer, you can group by attributions, tags, properties, and Datalayer values to see the correlation between these values and your data, and you can also search for advanced conditions to make the search process more efficient and effective.

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How to access

There are four ways to access Trackingplan’s Data Explorer.

At event level

You can explore your data either by clicking on the icon below or through the Data Explorer button inside the event button toolbar.

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Any of these options will load the graph through the event, allowing you to choose a specific field (properties, attribution, tags) to start exploring.

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From each of the values displayed, you’ll be able to save them as metrics. Custom metrics allow you to monitor certain events without the noise of potential errors in these properties.
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But that’s not all! You can also see tracks for each of your values to be provided with a real data example of what is sent to your providers when your events are triggered. But that’s not all, we even offer the data layer of that event to show you the real picture of what the browser captured and to help you get all the necessary context to debug issues in record time. Learn more about how this can help you here.

At property level

You can also access the data explorer by clicking on the same little icon in every of your properties within your events.

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This will directly load the window with the property you have chosen within its event. However, you can also switch, through the same panel, to other events while keeping the same field, or vice versa.

Moreover, you can also access it within the properties tab.

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Doing this will automatically load that specific property across all the events where this is presented.

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Google’s Consent Mode & Trackingplan’s Data Explorer

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In addition to standard tracking parameters, Google consent mode parameters will be tracked as attributions in Trackingplan’s Data Explorer, providing a comprehensive view of user consent actions within your analytics ecosystem. Learn more about Google’s Consent Mode & Trackingplan here.
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Moreover, by using the advanced conditions menu, you can swiftly pinpoint specific consent actions, such as those whose consent has been denied.

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