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Crossing data...some help please

Discussion in 'Unity Analytics' started by Jayme65, Jun 16, 2018.

  1. Jayme65


    Dec 11, 2016

    Could you please help me understand how I should proceed to get this 'simple' example working:
    - the app sends a custom events with the user screen resolution (string format)
    - the app sends a custom event with the FPS (int format)

    Could you please tell me how you would then do to graph the FPS at a given resolution?

    Thanks for your help!
    Last edited: Jun 16, 2018
  2. jmdeb


    Jul 28, 2017
    I'm willing to achieve exactly the same thing..and will be very interested in the reply that will be (hopefully) given here! ;)
  3. ap-unity


    Unity Technologies

    Aug 3, 2016
    @Jayme65, @jmdeb

    Unfortunately, comparing data across multiple parameters in a single Custom Event is not currently possible in the Data Explorer.

    One thing you could do, since there are likely a limited number of screen resolutions, would be to have a custom event for each different screen resolution, with the FPS as a parameter. This would allow you to see the average FPS per screen resolution.

    Aside from that, the only other option would be to use Raw Data Export (which is available with a Pro subscription) to process and analyze the data yourself.