Pivot class

The Pivot describes the pivot section in the request. The Pivot helps rearrange the information in the table for certain reports by pivoting your data on a second dimension.

Constructors

Pivot()
Pivot.fromJson(Map _json)

Properties

dimensionFilterClauses List<DimensionFilterClause>
DimensionFilterClauses are logically combined with an AND operator: only data that is included by all these DimensionFilterClauses contributes to the values in this pivot region. Dimension filters can be used to restrict the columns shown in the pivot region. For example if you have ga:browser as the requested dimension in the pivot region, and you specify key filters to restrict ga:browser to only "IE" or "Firefox", then only those two browsers would show up as columns.
read / write
dimensions List<Dimension>
A list of dimensions to show as pivot columns. A Pivot can have a maximum of 4 dimensions. Pivot dimensions are part of the restriction on the total number of dimensions allowed in the request.
read / write
hashCode int
The hash code for this object. [...]
read-only, inherited
maxGroupCount int
Specifies the maximum number of groups to return. The default value is 10, also the maximum value is 1,000.
read / write
metrics List<Metric>
The pivot metrics. Pivot metrics are part of the restriction on total number of metrics allowed in the request.
read / write
runtimeType Type
A representation of the runtime type of the object.
read-only, inherited
startGroup int
If k metrics were requested, then the response will contain some data-dependent multiple of k columns in the report. E.g., if you pivoted on the dimension ga:browser then you'd get k columns for "Firefox", k columns for "IE", k columns for "Chrome", etc. The ordering of the groups of columns is determined by descending order of "total" for the first of the k values. Ties are broken by lexicographic ordering of the first pivot dimension, then lexicographic ordering of the second pivot dimension, and so on. E.g., if the totals for the first value for Firefox, IE, and Chrome were 8, 2, 8, respectively, the order of columns would be Chrome, Firefox, IE. The following let you choose which of the groups of k columns are included in the response.
read / write

Methods

noSuchMethod(Invocation invocation) → dynamic
Invoked when a non-existent method or property is accessed. [...]
inherited
toJson() Map<String, Object>
toString() String
Returns a string representation of this object.
inherited

Operators

operator ==(Object other) bool
The equality operator. [...]
inherited