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  1. #1

    Trends for UK and CA?

    Are you going to release endpoint for CA and UK trends?

  2. #2
    Once we have some decent data we will look at opening that up

    Results are still weighted based on merchant and brand performance currently however.

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    Maybe merchants endpoints for UK and CA would be useful.

    EDIT1:
    In UK is something broken, there are products with null data, for query shoe.
    Code:
    {
        "catalogId": null,
        "productId": null,
        "affiliate_url": "http://prosperent.com/store/product/uk/218663-1231-0/?",
        "image_url": "http://img1.prosperent.com/images/250x250/",
        "keyword": null,
        "keywords": null,
        "description": null,
        "category": null,
        "price": "0.00",
        "price_sale": "",
        "currency": "USD",
        "merchant": null,
        "brand": null,
        "upc": "",
        "isbn": "",
        "sales": 0,
        "minPrice": "0.00",
        "maxPrice": "0.00",
        "minPriceSale": "",
        "maxPriceSale": "",
        "groupCount": 0
    }
    EDIT2:
    Now it's OK, probably some update.
    Last edited by 312k1t; 06-17-2013 at 03:17 PM.

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    Probably something we can at least denote in the current merchant/brand endpoints. For Trends, I just noticed that we do actually index the catalog which would technically expose the country in the endpoint. I will have one of the guys enable that as a filter. You can then specify a catalog (UK, CA, US) in the queries you send over and grab trend data based on country that way. Should be a simple update.

  5. #5
    Quote Originally Posted by prosperent brian View Post
    Probably something we can at least denote in the current merchant/brand endpoints. For Trends, I just noticed that we do actually index the catalog which would technically expose the country in the endpoint. I will have one of the guys enable that as a filter. You can then specify a catalog (UK, CA, US) in the queries you send over and grab trend data based on country that way. Should be a simple update.
    What's the maximum number of products trends one can pull? If, say they are 1000, won't filtering out US/CA merchants to provide UK-only trended products might give null data? (considering such products doesn't have enough data).

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