In the previous episode, the basic code for KeenIO reports were put in place, and a simple report was added using the built-in chart rendering from the Keen.js library.
But what happens when you have custom reporting needs from the data that Keen returns? Say you want to filter out specific parts of the data set, or change the labels from meaningless numbers to something useful that a human can understand.
In this episode, you'll learn how to do just that – run the Keen analytics, take the aggregate data that it returns, and process it further to meet your reporting needs. Come see how you can filter data out of the result set, and how you can map numbers that look meaningless into labels that are clear and concise.