Google Analytics allows us to create reports and dashboards through its APIs (Application Programming Interface) reports through which we will be able to automate complex tasks.
Reports in Analytics are composed of dimensions and metrics. By combining them, Google Analytics can generate almost any type of report
Analytics reports combine different dimensions and metrics in order to show information and allow a better analysis of what is happening.
An important part of the processing is the transformation and aggregation of the data. This is how Analytics will prepare the reports that it will then display.
There are two ways to add data to Analytics from other sources without using tracking code: Linking accounts and importing data.
The processing component performs four transformations of the data, transformations that we can control at any time.
What happens if we want to get and send data to Analytics from another device, such as a POS or an electronic kiosk, or a Windows Mobile-based mobile device?