Filtering the Asset Dimension by Label or Name

You can filter the asset dimension by label or asset name.

This allows you to see dimension data for content with specific names or labels you've applied. For example, you might want to look at the metrics for only videos you've tagged as "sports" videos or for only videos with "replay" in the title. As explained in Applying Filters to the Business Intelligence Page, whatever filters you apply to the asset dimension will apply to the entire Business Intelligence page.

Note: The search results will show all videos that match the search query, but you can only select videos that have analytics data for the selected date range. If the video does not have any analytics data for the selected date range, you will not be able to select it.
To filter by name, follow the procedure outlined in Applying Filters to the Business Intelligence Page, using the checkboxes or the search bar to identify the asset names you want to filter by.
Note: The string you search for must start with at least 3 alphanumeric characters.
Make sure that Filter by Name is selected at the top of the asset dimension panel.
To filter by label:
Note: Data will only be returned for non-deleted assets that are associated with the label at report query time. This means that if you remove a label from an asset or delete an asset, analytics reports will not return data for the asset when a label filter is applied.
  1. Start with the unfiltered view of the dimension table.
  2. Click the filter icon on top right of the dimension panel. The icon changes color and the filtering options appear.
  3. Select Filter by Label. A tree hierarchy of your labels appears.
  4. Click the arrow arrow at the top of the tree to view your labels.
  5. Click on the label(s) you want to filter by. The label name appears with a checkbox checked next to it.
  6. Click Apply. The video list populates with all videos that have the selected label as part of their metadata.

Additional possible actions you can take:

  1. To cancel the filter, click the X in the area that says "x Labels Filtered". Alternatively, you could click the filter icon, deselect the selected filter, then click Apply to apply your changes.
  2. To select a different label, click the filter icon > Select a Different Label listbox > the new label and click Apply.
  3. Set the date range on the Business Intelligence page.
    Note:
    • You can apply 3 dimension filters for date ranges up to 1 month (31 days) in the Ooyala IQ UI or with the v3 Analytics API.
    • You can apply 2 or fewer dimension filters for date ranges up to 1 year (366 days) in the Ooyala IQ UI or with the v3 Analytics API.
    • The Discovery information is available with only the Player filter applied or without any filters applied. If any other filters are used (Country, Device, etc.), Discovery data will not be available. To view Discovery data, deselect all filters except Player or deselect all filters.

Example: Filtering the Business Intelligence Page by Asset Label and Geography

You may wish to filter the Business Intelligence page so that the only data shown is the data for the past week for your content that contains the "Clint Eastwood" label in Canada. This example explains how you would go about applying these filters.
  1. Set the date range on the top left of the Business Intelligence page.
  2. Filter the Business Intelligence page by the Canada Geography:
    1. Click the filter icon on the far right top of the Geography dimension panel.

      The icon changes color and the filtering options appear.

    2. Along the left side, click the checkbox next to "Canada".
    3. Click Apply. The filter is applied across the entire Content panel.
  3. Filter the Business Intelligence page by assets with the "Clint Eastwood" label:
    1. In the asset dimension panel, click the filter icon on top right of the dimension panel.

      The icon changes color and the filtering options appear.

    2. Select Filter by Label. Your label heirarchy appears.
    3. Click the arrow next to a label to view your sub-labels.
    4. Click on the "Clint Eastwood" label.

      The label name appears with a checkbox checked next to it.

    5. Click Apply at the bottom right of the window.

      The video list populates with all videos that have the selected label as part of their metadata.

      The Business Intelligence page is now filtered by label and Geography.

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