Mux v1.9.0 Mux.Data.Filters View Source

This module includes functions for retrieving available filters and their values in our system. These endpoints, for example, are used to construct the breakdown tables in the metrics UI. API Documentation

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Lists the values for a specific filter along with a total count of related views.

Lists all the filters broken out into basic and advanced.

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get(client, value, params \\ [])

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Lists the values for a specific filter along with a total count of related views.

Returns {:ok, filters, raw_env}.

Examples

iex> client = Mux.client("my_token_id", "my_token_secret")
iex> {:ok, filters, _env} = Mux.Data.Filters.get(client, "browser")
iex> filters
[%{"total_count" => 2, "value" => "Safari"}, %{"total_count" => 1, "value" => "Chrome"}]

Lists all the filters broken out into basic and advanced.

Returns {:ok, filters, raw_env}.

Examples

iex> client = Mux.client("my_token_id", "my_token_secret")
iex> {:ok, filters, _env} = Mux.Data.Filters.list(client)
iex> filters
%{"advanced" => ["asn", "browser_version", "cdn", "experiment_name", "operating_system_version", "player_name", "player_version", "preroll_ad_asset_hostname", "preroll_ad_tag_hostname", "preroll_played", "preroll_requested", "sub_property_id", "video_series"], "basic" => ["browser", "country", "operating_system", "player_software", "player_software_version", "source_hostname", "source_type", "stream_type", "video_title"]}