Export data - real-time raw data and aggregate reporting by download/email

At a glance: Get raw-data and aggregate CSV reports on-demand. Generate reports, by download or email, in the Export data section.

Export data reports

A range of raw-data and aggregate reports are available on the Export data page. 

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Report limitations

  • Reports, depending on size, can take up to 2 minutes to download.
  • Reports hold up to 200K rows. 
  • For large reports, such as raw data, limit the report size by setting a date range. It will be faster to generate and download the report. 
  • Install-related reports (installs, install postback) limit the selection to 60 days out of the previous 90 days in a single download.
  • Event-related reports (in-app events, event postbacks) limit the selecton to 30 days out of the previous 90 days in a single download.

Downloading and emailing reports

To download or email a report:

  1. Go to Reports > Export Data.
  2. Apply filters as needed:
    • Media source
    • Date range: If you download a report, the reporting period is set using the app-specific timezone. If you email the report, the reporting period is set using UTC +0.  
      • For aggregate reports the date range relates to the LTV (conversion date)
      • For raw data reports the date range relates to the event date.
  3. Select a report.
  4. Select download or email:
    • Download: Direct download to your desktop. Large reports can take up to 2 minutes to prepare. 
    • Email: Report is sent to your email.

Merging CSV files

It is possible to merge several CSV raw data reports into a single file. For example, raw data files of installs and in-app events.

  • These reports have the same basic structure.
  • When merged, you can see all user actions in one file for a specific activity time range.

There are several ways to merge files. Merge files according to your desktop OS.

Windows OS

To merge CSV files using Windows:

  1. Download all CSV files to an empty folder. For example, C:\temp.
  2. Go to the command prompt: Press Windows+R.
  3. Enter copy *.csv all.csv. The CSV files are merged into a single CSV file called all.csv.

Linux/Unix OS

To merge CSV files using Linux/Unix:

Use the command cat *.csv >all.csv

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