Geography

The Geography tab provides 3 main sections on the page: a countries/territories map, countries/territories statistics , and language.

Countries/Territories Map

The countries/territories map is an interactive section that provides insight on where your session users are coming from. Simply highlight a specific country/territory and the map will provide the exact amount of numbers from the country/territory based on data collected.

Countries/Territories Statistics

In the countries/territories statistics section you'll notice seven columns. The first column shares insight on what specific country or territory your web site is receiving traffic from. The second column tracks how many sessions from a certain country/territory have occurred. These are ordered from high to low. The third column provides a percentage readout based on the total sessions and individual country/territory. Bounce rate is the fourth column and shares insight as to the bounce rate percentage of a specific country/territory. The fifth column tracks the average duration someone has spent on your website. The sixth column tracks how many total requests have been handled from that specific country or territory. The last column on the right is counting your goal conversions per country/territory.

Language

The language section on the page is also broken into seven categories. Six of the seven columns measure the exact same statistics as the countries/territories statistics section above: sessions, percentage of visitors, bounce rate, average duration, requests, and goal conversions are all measured the same way. The difference in the language section is that all of the statistics are based on native speaking language of a country/territory. This appears is the leftmost column. The language section and it's columns are ordered from the most prevalent to least prevalent.

Filtering

You can filter information on this view by using the filtering options in the top right of the interface. You can filter by:

  1. Date
    Click the date selection dialog in the top right of the interface. The date selection dialog will open revealing two calendars. You can select any date range using the pair of calendars displayed, and you can adjust the months using the arrows to the right and left above the calendars. You can also select from predefined date ranges by selecting the previous "Week", "Month," or "Year" options from the bottom left of the dialog. Once you are finished, click "Apply" to apply your date ranges and reload the data on the graphs.
  2. IP Address Click the filter button in the top right of the interface. The filter dialog will open revealing a selection of filters. Select "IP Address" from the first select. You will then be able to enter an IP address into the value field. This will show only sessions that have originated from that particular IP Address. Click "Apply Filter" to apply the filter and reload the data on the graphs.
  3. Browser
    Click the filter button in the top right of the interface. The filter dialog will open revealing a selection of filters. Select "Browser" from the first select. You will then be able to set the value to a particular browser by selecting the browser you want to target. This will adjust to show visitors only using that particular browser. Click"Apply Filter" to apply the filter and reload the data on the graphs.
  4. Operating System
    Click the filter button in the top right of the interface. The filter dialog will open revealing a selection of filters. Select "Operating System" from the first select. You will then be able to set the value to a particular operating system by selecting the operating system you want to target. This will adjust to show visitors only using that particular operating system. Click"Apply Filter" to apply the filter and reload the data on the graphs.
  5. Page Count Click the filter button in the top right of the interface. The filter dialog will open revealing a selection of filters. Select "Page Count" from the first select. You will then be able to set the operator between "Greater Than", "Less Than", "Greater Than or Equal To", or Less than or Equal To". You can then set the number of pages visited. This will filter to show visitors who have only visited the number of pages set in your criteria. Click"Apply Filter" to apply the filter and reload the data on the graphs.
  6. New Visitors
    Click the filter button in the top right of the interface. The filter dialog will open revealing a selection of filters. Select "New Visitors" from the first select. You will then be able to set the value to "True" or "False". True will show data only for new visitors. False will show data only for those who are not new, and thus returning, visitors.Click "Apply Filter" to apply the filter and reload the data on the graphs.
  7. Device
    Click the filter button in the top right of the interface. The filter dialog will open revealing a selection of filters. Select "Device" from the first select. You will then be able to set the value to "Desktop, "Tablet", or "Mobile," which will adjust to show visitors only on the selected device. Click"Apply Filter" to apply the filter and reload the data on the graphs.
  8. Country
    Click the filter button in the top right of the interface. The filter dialog will open revealing a selection of filters. Select "Country" from the first select. You will then be able to set the value to a particular country which will adjust to show visitors only in that particular country. Click"Apply Filter" to apply the filter and reload the data on the graphs.
  9. Language
    Click the filter button in the top right of the interface. The filter dialog will open revealing a selection of filters. Select "Language" from the first select. You will then be able to set the value to a particular language by selecting the language you would like to see statistics for. This will adjust to show visitors who have their browsers set to that language. Click"Apply Filter" to apply the filter and reload the data on the graphs.
  10. Referrer
    Click the filter button in the top right of the interface. The filter dialog will open revealing a selection of filters. Select "Referrer" from the first select. You will then be able to set the value to a particular referrer by typing in the referrer URI you want to target. This will adjust to show visitors only coming from that particular referrer. Click"Apply Filter" to apply the filter and reload the data on the graphs.
  11. Page
    Click the filter button in the top right of the interface. The filter dialog will open revealing a selection of filters. Select "Page" from the first select. You will then be able to set the value to a particular page by typing in the page you want to target or selecting one from the dropdown. This will adjust to show only statistics for people who have visited that page. Click"Apply Filter" to apply the filter and reload the data on the graphs.
  12. URL Parameter
    Click the filter button in the top right of the interface. The filter dialog will open revealing a selection of filters. Select any one of your custom URL parameters which. You will then be able to set the value to a particular parameter value by typing in the parameter value you want to target. This will adjust to show visitors who only arrived at your site using that particular URL parameter value. You can also leave the value blank and retrieve all users that arrived at your site using a particular parameter.