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Google Analytics - find bounceexit rate for events, rather than pages?

I have a single-page application, and I am tracking events on the page, in Google Analytics, passing our internal user ID and timestamp as attributes on the event.

I would like to know the best way to find the top "bounce" (UPDATE: "exit" is a better term for this) events - i.e. events that are more than averagely likely to be the last event that a user fires.

II think I can do this by extracting the raw event data from the GA API, and simply running my own analyses on it, using the timestamps. Is this correct? think I can do this by extracting(UPDATE: It seems not, because GA doesn't allow the export of raw event data from the GA API, and simply running my own analyses on it, using the timestamps. Is this correct?)

Also, isIs there any way to do this within the GA interface? I think I'm right in saying that the Event Flow won't show me the overall exit rates for a particular event.

I'm looking to create information like this:

  • create new document: last event 10% of the time it was fired
  • edit document: last event 5% of the time it was fired
  • turn on track changes: last event 80% of the time it was fired

So that I can spot which events look problematic, like the last one in this example.

Google Analytics - find bounce rate for events, rather than pages?

I have a single-page application, and I am tracking events on the page, in Google Analytics, passing our internal user ID and timestamp as attributes on the event.

I would like to know the best way to find the top "bounce" (UPDATE: "exit" is a better term for this) events - i.e. events that are more than averagely likely to be the last event that a user fires.

I think I can do this by extracting the raw event data from the GA API, and simply running my own analyses on it, using the timestamps. Is this correct?

Also, is there any way to do this within the GA interface? I think I'm right in saying that the Event Flow won't show me the overall exit rates for a particular event.

Google Analytics - find exit rate for events, rather than pages?

I have a single-page application, and I am tracking events on the page, in Google Analytics, passing our internal user ID and timestamp as attributes on the event.

I would like to know the best way to find the top "bounce" (UPDATE: "exit" is a better term for this) events - i.e. events that are more than averagely likely to be the last event that a user fires.

I think I can do this by extracting the raw event data from the GA API, and simply running my own analyses on it, using the timestamps. Is this correct? (UPDATE: It seems not, because GA doesn't allow the export of raw event data.)

Is there any way to do this within the GA interface? I think I'm right in saying that the Event Flow won't show me the overall exit rates for a particular event.

I'm looking to create information like this:

  • create new document: last event 10% of the time it was fired
  • edit document: last event 5% of the time it was fired
  • turn on track changes: last event 80% of the time it was fired

So that I can spot which events look problematic, like the last one in this example.

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I have a single-page application, and I am tracking events on the page, in Google Analytics, passing our internal user ID and timestamp as attributes on the event.

I would like to know the best way to find the top "bounce" (UPDATE: "exit" is a better term for this) events - i.e. events that are more than averagely likely to be the last event that a user fires.

I think I can do this by extracting the raw event data from the GA API, and simply running my own analyses on it, using the timestamps. Is this correct?

Also, is there any way to do this within the GA interface? I think I'm right in saying that the Event Flow won't show me the overall bounce rate valuesoverall exit rates for a particular event.

I have a single-page application, and I am tracking events on the page, in Google Analytics, passing our internal user ID and timestamp as attributes on the event.

I would like to know the best way to find the top "bounce" events - i.e. events that are more than averagely likely to be the last event that a user fires.

I think I can do this by extracting the raw event data from the GA API, and simply running my own analyses on it, using the timestamps. Is this correct?

Also, is there any way to do this within the GA interface? I think I'm right in saying that the Event Flow won't show me the overall bounce rate values for a particular event.

I have a single-page application, and I am tracking events on the page, in Google Analytics, passing our internal user ID and timestamp as attributes on the event.

I would like to know the best way to find the top "bounce" (UPDATE: "exit" is a better term for this) events - i.e. events that are more than averagely likely to be the last event that a user fires.

I think I can do this by extracting the raw event data from the GA API, and simply running my own analyses on it, using the timestamps. Is this correct?

Also, is there any way to do this within the GA interface? I think I'm right in saying that the Event Flow won't show me the overall exit rates for a particular event.

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Google Analytics - find bounce rate for events, rather than pages?

I have a single-page application, and I am tracking events on the page, in Google Analytics, passing our internal user ID and timestamp as attributes on the event.

I would like to know the best way to find the top "bounce" events - i.e. events that are more than averagely likely to be the last event that a user fires.

I think I can do this by extracting the raw event data from the GA API, and simply running my own analyses on it, using the timestamps. Is this correct?

Also, is there any way to do this within the GA interface? I think I'm right in saying that the Event Flow won't show me the overall bounce rate values for a particular event.