Web group (filter)

1. Absolute URI

Identifies those URIs that can be confirmed as absolute.

How does it work?

This operation requires only one argument:

Argument Format
URI (mandatory) String

Example

To identify any absolute URIs in the demo.ecommerce.data table, select Filter on the query toolbar, then select Absolute URI as the operation. The only argument required is:

  • URI - referralUri column 

After applying the filter, the query displays only the rows whose referralUri value has been identified as an absolute URI.


2. Opaque URI

Identifies those URIs that can be classified as opaque.

How does it work?

This operation requires only one argument:

Argument Format
URI (mandatory) String

Example

To identify any opaque URIs in the demo.ecommerce.data table, select Filter on the query toolbar, then select Opaque URI as the operation. The only argument required is:                     

  • URI - uri column 


After applying the filter, the query displays only the rows whose uri value has been identified as opaque.  In the case of our data table, no opaque URIs were found.

3. User Agent is Robot

Parses user agents and identifies if they are robots.

How does it work?

This operation requires only one argument:

Argument Format
User Agent (mandatory) String

Example

To identify any possible robots in the demo.ecommerce.data table, select Filter on the query toolbar, then select User Agent is Robot as the operation. The only argument required is:

  • User Agent - uri column


After applying the filter, the query displays only the rows whose uri value has been identified as a possible robot. In the case of our data table, none were found.

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