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Experiment Participants History DATA‚Äč

Required Permissions: Experiment Get or Experiment Admin

Path Parameters
    experimentId int64 required

    Possible values: >= 1

    The id of the experiment that you want the history of.

Request Body required

The parameters to filter the history by.

    filters object
    segments object[]
  • Array [
  • segment_id int64

    Possible values: >= 1

    operator string

    Possible values: [in, not_in]

    values string[]
  • ]
  • period string

    Possible values: [1h, 1d, 1w, 1M]

    tz_offset integer
Responses

A JSON Object with participants history. The object has three properties, columnNames, columnTypes and rows. columnNames is an array of strings which identifies which columns are which in the rows[][]. columnTypes is an array of strings which identifies the types of data in the rows[][]. rows is an array of arrays which contain the data of the experiment variants over your selected period. The column names are defined as the following:

  • date - The date of the row's data in seconds since epoch.
  • variant - The variant that this row describes. (0, 1, 2 or 3).
  • first_exposure_at - The date of the first exposure of this variant in the current time period in milliseconds since epoch.
  • last_exposure_at - The date of the last exposure of this variant in the current time period in milliseconds since epoch.
  • unit_count - The number of units that were exposed to this variant in the current time period.
  • cum_unit_count - The cumulative number of units that were exposed to this variant at the end of the current time period.
caution

The columns may come in a different order than the one listed above. It's important to use the columnNames array to identify the index of the column you want to use.


Schema
    columnNames string[]
    columnTypes string[]
    rows array[]
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