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Custom Events Data Visualization

Discussion in 'Unity Analytics' started by matheus_mortatti, May 21, 2018.

  1. matheus_mortatti


    May 4, 2018

    I'm currently trying to use Analytics in my game, however I can't find a way to properly visualize the data that it gives back to me.

    For example, I might have a custom event that's called "Game Closed" that has a few parameters inside it like the time it spent inside the level (without counting menus and such). When I download the CSV with the data, it gives me:

    First Column:
    Game Ended - All Current Users - session time - 00:03:00.1984120
    Game Ended - All Current Users - session time - 00:05:16.5152196
    ... and so on

    Is there a way so that Unity gives me the session time value in a separate column? It seems useless having the data mixed with other string values, I'd have to parse all the data with a separate script when I could just be using Excel to generate the visualization for me.

    Thank you!
  2. ap-unity


    Unity Technologies

    Aug 3, 2016

    It sounds like you are viewing the string version of the Custom Event parameter. This view will show you the count of each of the values you have received. (So you will see how many players have sent the exact value of 00:03:00.1984120, which may not be very helpful for you in this case.)

    If you switch to the numeric view, you can see the Count, Sum and Average of the numeric parameter: