I will explain how to read the CSV file[en]
Updated: Nov 15, 2021
This time, I will explain the CSV file downloaded from ASURA.
First of all, as a prerequisite, please note that if you click the "Graph" button without adding search conditions, the data after 2018 that is included as a sample will also be included.
Here, click the "Search" button and search for "male", "20's" to "40's".
Make this selection and click Search.
The search results will be displayed, so click "Graph" here.
As an example, click "By Month" and click the round arrow on the right to display the graph.
"New customer" is a new visitor for the month in question. "Regular customer" represents the number of regular customers who have visited even once in the past.
If you click the "Download" button here, four CSV files will be output.
※The contents of the CSV file do not change even if you change the settings such as month, day, and year on the graph screen.
This is outputting the search conditions.
"Fromage" and "Toage" are the search conditions for this time.
This shows the number of new visitors visiting by day.
The first column shows the day, the second column shows the week, and the third column shows the number of visits.
For example, January 1, 2018 represents four new visitors.
This shows the number of visits by regular customers on a daily basis. The content is the same as the CSV file for new visitors.
This shows the number of visits by new visitors by time of day.
For example, during this period (since we did not select From, To for the period, it will be the entire period in this example), it means that there were 4 new visitors during the time zone of 22:00.
The important thing here is that even if the same person appears on the webcam twice at 22:10 and 22:40, it will be measured once.
On the contrary, if the image is taken by the webcam twice at 22:59 and 23:00, it will be measured once at 22:00 and once at 23:00, respectively.
This shows the number of visits by regular customers by time of day.
The content is the same as the CSV file for new visitors.
Next, let's click the "Compare" button.
Then the graph below will be displayed.
This is comparing periods.
In this example, it is compared with "2014/2/16 --2017-12 / 31" for the same period as before "2018/1/1 --2021/11/15".
Click the "Download" button to create a CSV file called "~ comp ~ .csv".
Looking at the contents, as before, the first row shows the day, the second row shows the week, and the third row shows the number of visits.
How was that?
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