And that you can only calculate this by Phone Number Database downloading your Google Analytics report to a spreadsheet and Phone Number Database then having to do the desired calculations in it? Calculated metrics, or as in the Dutch version 'calculated statistics', are metrics that are derived from the standard metrics, which were already available in the interface and/or derived from the adjusted metrics. The latter are the Phone Number Database metrics that you have added or created yourself, for example the number of logins.
With calculated metrics you now Phone Number Database the option to compose metrics yourself, for example by sharing certain metrics. You can read examples of this later in this article. The calculated statistics can be found in Phone Number Database custom reports and in the Google Analytics dashboard. Unfortunately, it is not possible to compose segments based on calculated metrics. Where and how do I set the calculated metrics? Unlike the custom dimensions and custom metrics, the calculated metrics are not found at the property level, but at the display level.
There are five calculated metrics Phone Number Database per view available in the free version of Google Analytics. In Google Analytics Premium you can use twenty of them. Fortunately, it does work retroactively. Since there Phone Number Database are only a limited number available per view, it is wise to first compile the calculated metric in a test view, before you finalize this in your main view. It is of course important to consider in advance which statistics you want to compile, given the number that you can create.