- Login to our workspace (named
Sourcegraph). If you don’t have an account, post in #it-tech-ops or request one during login.
- Read the Sourcegraph <> Amplitude FAQs, view team-specific spaces below, or reach out in #analytics for help if you have any questions getting started viewing dashboards.
- Read the Amplitude help center and Amplitude docs for building analyses and/or check out some of our tutorials. As a reminder, you can always post in #analytics-review if you have a work-in-progress analysis you want someone else’s eyes on. to get started building your own charts.
- Look at all the Team Spaces and join whichever ones are relevant to you. Learn more about Team Spaces here.
Amplitude is a product analytics tool specializing in turning event data into actionable insights and dashboards. Amplitude lets you analyze funnels, user flows, retention and more.
Looker is very flexible in that we can set it up for any purpose we’d like. The downside is that to provide a great self-service experience for questions about product usage, setting up Looker would take a lot of work. We get these capabilities out of the box with Amplitude.
Anything not based directly on analyzing event-level data is in Looker. This includes pings from on-prem instances, anything we get from the Cloud Postgres database and any data from third-parties tools (such as Google Analytics and Salesforce).
|Type of analysis||Tool||Example|
|Managed instance event-level data||Amplitude||Link|
Any analysis we conducted in Looker before we started using Amplitude we can continue doing in Looker. We’ll still maintain existing Looker dashboards and visualizations. Amplitude will help us conduct new and different analyses regarding product analytics.
Most often, you can search in the ‘Select event’ dropdown, and you’ll find the event you’re looking for. If you can’t or are unsure what the Amplitude event corresponds to, keep reading!
To figure out an event’s name is in code or to confirm whether an existing event in Amplitude is the correct one, follow these steps (or watch this video) :
To find what a button, page view, or action is named
- Open Safari or Chrome
- Enable developer mode (preferences -> advanced)
- Go to sourcegraph.com
localStorage.eventLogDebug = "true"
- Start using Sourcegraph and click/view the event you’re looking for!
There are three levels to where you can save a chart:
- To create a private chart, uncheck ‘Make Discoverable’ in the chart’s dropdown (“More”).
- To create a chart that is discoverable by other teammates but not as easily accessible unless they search (or you send them a link), just create a chart. This is Amplitude’s default.
- Add charts to Team Spaces if you want them to be easily accessible to teammates.
Team Spaces are a collection of charts, dashboards and notebooks that are relevant to a specific group (Amplitude’s version of a folder system). By joining one, Amplitude will notify you of every new analysis that a teammate adds to the space (and they’ll be notified of yours, too). You can see all of our Team Spaces here.
Yes! Select dashboards are reviewed by the Data & Analytics team and are marked as
Official Content. You can view all this content by simply opening the search bar and selecting the
Official Content checkbox.
You can use this flowchart to determine which data tools (if any) your account will show up in.