Reading JSON Files

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“JSON” sounds like a person’s name, but is actually a universal file format. For those using business intelligence tools like Marketo, Microsoft Business Intelligence, or Tableau, this format makes it simple to import data for further analysis. 

Don't use that software? There are free tools available online that make sorting, searching, and analyzing these files a breeze.

1 Download your Event Metrics.
After you have logged into the EventCenter, click your event's name. In the Event Checklist, click Metrics on the side nav.

Click the range of dates at the top of the page to filter your data. Click Export, then Export All Data from the dropdown menu.
 
Export All Data
 
 
NOTE: If needed, you can forward this email on to someone else, however they will need to be logged into CrowdCompass in order to open the attachment. 

You will receive an email with a JSON file attached. Save the file on your computer or network.

2 Use an online JSON Viewer. You can use one of the many free online JSON viewers to open the file.

These sites will strip away some of the file's code and make the file easier to read. Click the viewer's navigation arrows to hide or expand objects in order to delve deeper into your event's metrics.

 

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“JSON” sounds like a person’s name, but is actually a universal file format. For those using business intelligence tools like Marketo, Microsoft Business Intelligence, or Tableau, this format makes it simple to import data for further analysis. 

Don't use that software? There are free tools available online that make sorting, searching, and analyzing these files a breeze.

1 Download your Event Metrics.
After you have logged into the EventCenter, click your event's name. In the Event Checklist, click Metrics on the side nav.

Click the range of dates at the top of the page to filter your data. Click Export, then Export All Data from the dropdown menu.
 
Export All Data
 
 
NOTE: If needed, you can forward this email on to someone else, however they will need to be logged into CrowdCompass in order to open the attachment. 

You will receive an email with a JSON file attached. Save the file on your computer or network.

2 Use an online JSON Viewer. You can use one of the many free online JSON viewers to open the file.

These sites will strip away some of the file's code and make the file easier to read. Click the viewer's navigation arrows to hide or expand objects in order to delve deeper into your event's metrics.

 

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“JSON” sounds like a person’s name, but is actually a universal file format. For those using business intelligence tools like Marketo, Microsoft Business Intelligence, or Tableau, this format makes it simple to import data for further analysis. 

Don't use that software? There are free tools available online that make sorting, searching, and analyzing these files a breeze.

1 Download your Event Metrics.
After you have logged into the EventCenter, click your event's name. In the Event Checklist, click Metrics on the side nav.

Click the range of dates at the top of the page to filter your data. Click Export, then Export All Data from the dropdown menu.
 
Export All Data
 
 
NOTE: If needed, you can forward this email on to someone else, however they will need to be logged into CrowdCompass in order to open the attachment. 

You will receive an email with a JSON file attached. Save the file on your computer or network.

2 Use an online JSON Viewer. You can use one of the many free online JSON viewers to open the file.

These sites will strip away some of the file's code and make the file easier to read. Click the viewer's navigation arrows to hide or expand objects in order to delve deeper into your event's metrics.

 

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“JSON” sounds like a person’s name, but is actually a universal file format. For those using business intelligence tools like Marketo, Microsoft Business Intelligence, or Tableau, this format makes it simple to import data for further analysis. 

Don't use that software? There are free tools available online that make sorting, searching, and analyzing these files a breeze.

1 Download your Event Metrics.
After you have logged into the EventCenter, click your event's name. In the Event Checklist, click Metrics on the side nav.

Click the range of dates at the top of the page to filter your data. Click Export, then Export All Data from the dropdown menu.
 
Export All Data
 
 
NOTE: If needed, you can forward this email on to someone else, however they will need to be logged into CrowdCompass in order to open the attachment. 

You will receive an email with a JSON file attached. Save the file on your computer or network.

2 Use an online JSON Viewer. You can use one of the many free online JSON viewers to open the file.

These sites will strip away some of the file's code and make the file easier to read. Click the viewer's navigation arrows to hide or expand objects in order to delve deeper into your event's metrics.

 

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“JSON” sounds like a person’s name, but is actually a universal file format. For those using business intelligence tools like Marketo, Microsoft Business Intelligence, or Tableau, this format makes it simple to import data for further analysis. 

Don't use that software? There are free tools available online that make sorting, searching, and analyzing these files a breeze.

1 Download your Event Metrics.
After you have logged into the EventCenter, click your event's name. In the Event Checklist, click Metrics on the side nav.

Click the range of dates at the top of the page to filter your data. Click Export, then Export All Data from the dropdown menu.
 
Export All Data
 
 
NOTE: If needed, you can forward this email on to someone else, however they will need to be logged into CrowdCompass in order to open the attachment. 

You will receive an email with a JSON file attached. Save the file on your computer or network.

2 Use an online JSON Viewer. You can use one of the many free online JSON viewers to open the file.

These sites will strip away some of the file's code and make the file easier to read. Click the viewer's navigation arrows to hide or expand objects in order to delve deeper into your event's metrics.

 

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“JSON” sounds like a person’s name, but is actually a universal file format. For those using business intelligence tools like Marketo, Microsoft Business Intelligence, or Tableau, this format makes it simple to import data for further analysis. 

Don't use that software? There are free tools available online that make sorting, searching, and analyzing these files a breeze.

1 Download your Event Metrics.
After you have logged into the EventCenter, click your event's name. In the Event Checklist, click Metrics on the side nav.

Click the range of dates at the top of the page to filter your data. Click Export, then Export All Data from the dropdown menu.
 
Export All Data
 
 
NOTE: If needed, you can forward this email on to someone else, however they will need to be logged into CrowdCompass in order to open the attachment. 

You will receive an email with a JSON file attached. Save the file on your computer or network.

2 Use an online JSON Viewer. You can use one of the many free online JSON viewers to open the file.

These sites will strip away some of the file's code and make the file easier to read. Click the viewer's navigation arrows to hide or expand objects in order to delve deeper into your event's metrics.

 

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