Historical Counts Parameter

Webtrends generates and maintains these parameters by the Webtrends analysis process when you enable Visitor History.

WT.vr.vc

This parameter passes an integer representing the number of visits recorded for a visitor.

This parameter is not provided on the first visit. When using this as a measure for the Visitor dimension, use the maximum value. When using this as a measure for dimensions other than Visitor, you usually configure the average value. The sum of this measure is not meaningful.

Identifies the total number of visits recorded for a visitor. This is an integer representing the number of visits since the visitor’s first visit.

Valid Value: Integer

Syntax

WT . WT.vr.vc = visitCount

WT.vr.vcb

This parameter is non-numeric and is used as a dimension. You can change the number of categories by editing the vrbucket.ini file. By default this file is configured as follows:

                                            
                        [PVDBValues]
                        High = 25 
                        Moderate = 15
                        Some = 5                         
                       
                

By default, the minimum value for Some is 5. Any visitor whose visit count value is less than 5 is assigned to the Low Value category.

Example 2: To create two buckets (for example, High/Low), change vrbucket.ini to:
                                                
                        [VCBValues]
                        High = 25
                        Moderate = 25
                        Some = 25                    
                       
                    
The result of Example 2 is that High value is defined as greater than 25 visits, and Low value is less than or equal to 25 visits.

Classifies the value of the WT.vr.vc parameter into one of four categories.

The following table shows the meaning of the default values:

[VCBValues]

Meaning

High=25

25 < x

Moderate=15

15 > x < 25

Some=5

5> x < 15

Example 3: Adjust all of the ranges in vrbucket.ini to:

[VCBValues] High = 50 Moderate = 30 Some = 10

Example 4: To create two buckets (for example, High/Low), change vrbucket.ini to:

[VCBValues] High = 25 Moderate = 25 Some = 25

The result of example 4 is:

High is >25 Low is >0 <25

Valid Value: Alphanumeric string

Syntax

WT . vr.vcb = High/Moderate/Some/Low descriptor