Celtra allows use of filters when fetching data. Those filters can be written in datastream's settings in JSON list format:
["filters.<dimension > | <metric>.[operator]"]
The following operators are valid:
- in - contained in the list of values (applied by default).
- nin - is not contained in the list of values.
- lt - less than.
- lte - less than or equal to.
- gt - greater than.
- gte - greater than or equal to.
- in and nin accept a list of comma-separated values and cannot be used to ﬁlter by metric values.
- lt , lte , gt , and gte accept a single value and can be used to ﬁlter by dimension or metric value.
If you want to filter from the beginning of 2015 in UTC date, you can express it as:
To retrieve values only for the clicks that are greater than 100:
Fetch data only for campaign1 and campaign2: