Category: Data
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The What, How, and Why of OR Filters

Hello Keen community! Back in September, we announced the release of “or” filters. In this post, we’ll share what we learned in a deep dive on the what, how, and why. Why, Part 1: Foundation for a Richer Query Language Let’s start with the big question: why build “or” filters? One simple answer is that […]

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Keen and GDPR

You’ve probably heard all about the EU’s new regulation, the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR). The GDPR applies not only to EU-based businesses but also to any business that controls or processes data of EU citizens. Not only is GDPR an important step in protecting privacy for European citizens, it also raises the bar for […]

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Keen and the EU General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR)

Update on Keen and GDPR Compliance Keen is deeply committed to doing our part to ensure that personal data is adequately protected. As such, we are actively reviewing the requirements of EU Regulation 2016/679 (more commonly referred to as “GDPR”) and how they affect us and our customers. In this blog post we’ll try to provide as […]

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Order and Limit Results of Grouped Queries (Hooray!)

Greetings Keen community! I’d like to make a quick feature announcement that will (hopefully) make many of you happy 😊 At Keen IO we’ve created a platform for collecting and analyzing data. In addition to the ability to count the individuals who performed a particular action, the API includes the ability to group results by […]

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Tracking GitHub Data with Keen IO

Today we’re announcing a new webhook-based integration with one of our favorite companies, GitHub! We believe an important aspect of creating healthy, sustainable projects is having good visibility into how well the people behind them are collaborating. At Keen IO, we’re pretty good at capturing JSON data from webhooks and making it useful, which is […]

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Announcing Hacktoberfest 2017 with Keen IO

It’s October, which you probably already know! 👻 But more importantly, that means it is time for Hacktoberfest! Keen IO is happy to announce we will be joining Hacktoberfest this year. What is Hacktoberfest? Digital Ocean with GitHub launched Hacktoberfest in 2014 to encourage contributions to open source projects. If you open four pull requests on any public GitHub […]

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SendGrid and Keen IO have partnered to provide robust email analytics solution

Today we’re announcing our partnership with SendGrid to provide the most powerful email analytics for SendGrid users. SendGrid Email Analytics — Powered by Keen IO Connect to Keen from your SendGrid account in seconds. Start collecting and storing email data for as long as you need it. No code or engineering work required! The SendGrid Email Analytics App operates right out-of-the-box to […]

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.NET Summer Hackfest Round One Recap

We kicked off the .NET Summer Hackfest with the goal of porting our existing Keen IO .NET SDK to .NET Standard 2.0, and I’m excited to say that we just about accomplished our goal! Our entire SDK, unit tests, and CI builds have been converted to run cross-platform on .NET Standard. All there is left to do is a little bit of […]

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9 Projects Showcased at Open Source Show and Tell 2017

The 4th annual Open Source Show & Tell wrapped up and we had such a great time experiencing and seeing some cool open source projects. We got interactive with Ashley going on a journey building smart musical IoT plushies, and were wowed by Beth’s talk on unifying the .NET developer community. Joel walked us through the inner workings of software development (the good, […]

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Visualizing your Keen Data with Python and Bokeh

In a previous post I wrote, we created a basic example that analyzed earthquakes using the Keen Python Client with Jupyter Notebook. In this post we’re going to be looking at creating visualizations in Python using a visualization library called Bokeh. Getting Started To install Bokeh, run pip install bokeh in your shell. After Bokeh has finished installing, open up Jupyter […]

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11 Beautiful Event Data Models

One of the most common requests that I get here at Keen is for help with data modeling. After all, you’ve got to collect the right data in order to get any value out of it. Here’s an inventory of common, well-modeled events across a variety of industries: B2B Saas (create_account, subscribe, payment, use_feature) E-Commerce […]

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A new way to debug your data models

We’re excited to announce the new and improved Streams Manager for inspecting the data schema of your event collections in Keen IO. We built the Streams Manager so you can ensure your data is structured well and set up to get the answers you need. With Streams Manager you can: Inspect and review the data […]