GoogleApi.AnalyticsData.V1alpha.Model.RunReportResponse (google_api_analytics_data v0.7.0) View Source

The response report table corresponding to a request.

Attributes

  • dimensionHeaders (type: list(GoogleApi.AnalyticsData.V1alpha.Model.DimensionHeader.t), default: nil) - Describes dimension columns. The number of DimensionHeaders and ordering of DimensionHeaders matches the dimensions present in rows.
  • maximums (type: list(GoogleApi.AnalyticsData.V1alpha.Model.Row.t), default: nil) - If requested, the maximum values of metrics.
  • metadata (type: GoogleApi.AnalyticsData.V1alpha.Model.ResponseMetaData.t, default: nil) - Metadata for the report.
  • metricHeaders (type: list(GoogleApi.AnalyticsData.V1alpha.Model.MetricHeader.t), default: nil) - Describes metric columns. The number of MetricHeaders and ordering of MetricHeaders matches the metrics present in rows.
  • minimums (type: list(GoogleApi.AnalyticsData.V1alpha.Model.Row.t), default: nil) - If requested, the minimum values of metrics.
  • propertyQuota (type: GoogleApi.AnalyticsData.V1alpha.Model.PropertyQuota.t, default: nil) - This Analytics Property's quota state including this request.
  • rowCount (type: integer(), default: nil) - The total number of rows in the query result, regardless of the number of rows returned in the response. For example if a query returns 175 rows and includes limit = 50 in the API request, the response will contain row_count = 175 but only 50 rows. To learn more about this pagination parameter, see Pagination.
  • rows (type: list(GoogleApi.AnalyticsData.V1alpha.Model.Row.t), default: nil) - Rows of dimension value combinations and metric values in the report.
  • totals (type: list(GoogleApi.AnalyticsData.V1alpha.Model.Row.t), default: nil) - If requested, the totaled values of metrics.

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decode(struct(), keyword()) :: struct()

Unwrap a decoded JSON object into its complex fields.