A rolled-up view of the referrer domain. For instance, traffic from m.facebook.com and facebook.com both have a canonical referrer of Facebook.
The city the visitor was in.
The calendar day, according to the timezone set by the visitor.
The hour of the day (0-23), according to the timezone set by the visitor.
The minute, according to the timezone set by the visitor.
The content type (e.g. gallery, article) as tagged on your site or AMP page.
The country the visitor was in.
The device used (mobile/desktop/tablet).
The distribution channel used (site/FBIA/app).
The page path that users clicked off from when they traveled to a new page. Useful for learning about historical click-through data.
The operating system used.
Histogram of the page load time (100 millisecond bins).
The type of page, returned as either Article, LandingPage, or Unknown.
Width of the page in pixels (50 pixels bins). Useful when analyzing responsive designs.
The URL/path of the page.
The date that a piece of content on your site was first tracked by Chartbeat.
The page referrer type: social, search, direct, internal, and external (aka links).
The region the visitor was in (returns states for US)
Histogram of the number of pixels scrolled (100 pixel bins).
The section of a page visited.
The site experience for the visitor (AMP/Standard). An NA value indicates that the visitor comes from an off-site distribution channel.
The sponsor ID. Note that this is only available to domains that are using Paid Content tracking.
The specific subdomain (e.g. blog.chartbeat.com, chartbeat.com.
The visitor's subscriber status (Guest, Registered, Subscribed, Unspecified).
Histogram of active engaged time (15 second bins)
The calendar day in your time zone.
The hour of the day (0-23) in your time zone. Can be used with Day to get hourly time series.
The minute in your time zone. Can be used with Hour to get per-minute time series.
The month, with day boundaries in your timezone.
The calendar day in the UTC time zone.
The hour of the day (0-23) in the UTC time zone. Can be used with utc_day to get hourly time series.
The minute in the UTC time zone. Use paired with utc_hour to get per-minute time series.
Identifies a specific promotion/campaign.
Identifies what specifically was clicked.
Identifies the type of link, ‘email’ for example.
Identifies to which site a link was posted.
Identifies search term/terms.
Returns New, Returning, or Loyal.