1% Longitudinal Dataset

Saptarshi Guha sguha at mozilla.com
Tue Feb 2 18:40:09 UTC 2016


looks impressive.
Thanks
Saptarshi


On Tue, Feb 2, 2016 at 10:34 AM, Roberto Agostino Vitillo <
rvitillo at mozilla.com> wrote:

> tldr: A longitudinal Parquet dataset of 1% of the release population is
> available for consumption at [0], see [1] for some examples on how to query
> it.
>
> The longitudinal dataset is logically organized as a table where rows
> represent profiles and columns the various metrics (e.g. startup time).
> Each field of the table contains a list of values, one per Telemetry
> submission received for that profile.
>
> The dataset is going to be regenerated from scratch every week, this
> allows us to apply non backward compatible changes to the schema and not
> worry about merging procedures.
>
> The current version of the longitudinal dataset has been build with all
> main pings received from 1% of the release population after mid November,
> which is shortly after Unified Telemetry landed. Future version will store
> up to 180 days of data.
>
> The dataset contains all histograms but does not yet include all metrics
> stored in the various sections of the pings. See [1] for a pointer to a
> complete list of available metrics. More metrics are going to be included
> in future versions of the dataset; inclusion of specific metrics can be
> prioritized by filing a bug.
>
> --
> Roberto
>
> [0] s3://telemetry-parquet/longitudinal/generationDate=20160201
> [1] https://gist.github.com/vitillo/627eab7e2b3f814725d2
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