Presentation given at University of York Google Apps for Education European User Group meeting (GEUG14) exploring how Google Analytics can be used for Learning Analytics
There was a time when you could enable Google Analytics tracking in Google Drive. that option is no longer available but here is how you can still track Google Sheet views in Google Analytics
An exploration of Google Analytics as a way for collecting and analysing responses to multiple choice questions. This post highlight the new advanced segmentation within Google Analytics and addresses how data can distributed and analysed in separate tools
Access control to Google Analytics data is very coarse. Via the web interface you can have full access or none at all. Given the growing interest in data driven decision making at all levels of the institution I thought it would be beneficial to demonstrate how Google Spreadsheets and Google Apps Script could be used to selectively distribute Google Analytics data. This solution was developed for my session at the Institutional Web Managers Workshop 2013 (IWMW13) which I talk about in more detail at the end of this post.
I was recently asked to write a guest post for Big Data Week on using Google Apps as an interface for Big Data. For the post I decided to revisit an old recipe which uses Google Sheets (Spreadsheets) and Google Apps Script to interface the Twitter and Google Analytics API
Writing another blog post today which included reference to Google Analytics I pondered ‘how many institutions are using google analytics? The initial response wasn’t promising but 10 minutes later I had calculated it myself
Today in Capturing The Value Of Social Media Using Google Analytics Google announced some new features that will be appearing in Google Analytics. The post is mainly focused around ‘social […]
When you share a link on Twitter there are a number of services, like bit.ly, which allow you to track the impact of the url in terms of the number […]