clickstream


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click·stream

 (klĭk′strēm′)
n.
The sequence of links that are clicked on while browsing a website or series of websites.

clickstream

(ˈklɪkˌstriːm)
n
(Commerce) a record of the path taken by users through a website, enabling designers to access the use being made of their website
Translations

clickstream

n (Internet) → Clickstream m, zurückgelegter Weg auf einer Website
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The third level of clickstream analysis is session analysis, which describes what users did during their entire visit to a site.
M2 PRESSWIRE-August 9, 2019-: Clickstream Analytics in 2019: Global Market Analysis, Trends, and Forecasts to 2025
Insights+ creates a clickstream for retailers to increase sales and elevate a shopper's in-store shopping experience, while Engage+ enables hyper-personalized engagement campaigns.
In contrast to other studies, ClickStream [17] uses unsupervised learning to cluster users with similar social-interaction patterns (e.g.
Clickstream is a record of your online activity not only on one website but the entire activity while you are surfing the internet.
He is joined by Astronomer's dedicated Clickstream engineering team, including Lead Product Engineer, Andrew Murray.
Examples range from manufacturing and factory environments to online commerce clickstream analysis to real-time fraud detection in financial services, among many others.
* Only 8% of consumers want brands to use social media likes and clickstream behavior when identifying them to receive a promotion or exclusive offer.
On the other hand, clickstream tables may generate a write-intensive workload with hundreds of thousands, if not millions, of website visitors producing hundreds of terabytes of data.
The multi-source capabilities of xG Scorecard make it possible to blend data from traditional sales and traffic systems, operational databases, ratings, clickstream and even social networks to build a holistic view of audiences with real-time insights.