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Getting Started with the Adobe Analytics 2.0 API with Python

Getting Started with the Adobe Analytics 2.0 API with Python

Miguel MartinezAug 7, 20222 min read

Curious about what you can do with the Adobe Analytics 2.0 API, but not sure where to start? Here’s a simple way to get started. This started project will create a JSON Web Token (JWT), then request an access token…

Adobe Analytics Data Feeds Demystified

Adobe Analytics Data Feeds Demystified

Miguel MartinezDec 20, 2021

What are Data Feeds? Data Feeds (formerly known as “Clickstream Data”) is a way to get atomic-level, batched data, out of Adobe Analytics. Businesses typically use Data Feeds for more complex analytical needs such as forecasting, clustering, machine learning, data…

Adobe Analytics Maintenance Pain Points

Adobe Analytics Maintenance Pain Points

Miguel MartinezJul 22, 2021

As a veteran Adobe Analytics Implementation Consultant, I have experienced over and over various pain points when tasked with maintaining an implementation. Sometimes the pain points are due to insufficient resource allocation and sometimes it’s due to simply not knowing…

Analyst Admin Introduces Datos, Code-Free Adobe Analytics APIs

Analyst Admin Introduces Datos, Code-Free Adobe Analytics APIs

Miguel MartinezApr 26, 2021

Los Angeles, California – Miguel Martinez, founder of Analyst Admin, today announced Datos, an innovative way to use Adobe Analytics APIs without writing code. Datos brings the power of bulk actions and automation to the busy admin who doesn’t have…

Tracking a React App Version in Google Analytics and Adobe Analytics

Tracking a React App Version in Google Analytics and Adobe Analytics

Miguel MartinezDec 1, 2020

Analysts and administrators of Google Analytics and Adobe Analytics need to analyze product features that are introduced with dev releases. New product features or product enhancement are tied to dev releases, which means that due to caching, or long app…