Clickstream data example

So what does clickstream data looks like?

Wikipedia publishes its clickstream data.

Here is a snippet from its January 2015 logs:

prev_id = previous article id the visitor was on.

curr_id = article id of the article the visitor requested.

n = number of occurrences of referrer, resource pair.

prev_title = URL mapping of prev_id article

curr_title = title of article the visitor requested

prev_id curr_id n prev_title curr_title
17469699 3239642 14 Heroes:_Original_Soundtrack Heroes_(David_Bowie_song)
1261557 3239642 1015 Heroes Heroes_(David_Bowie_song)
5279464 3239642 12 Changesbowie Heroes_(David_Bowie_song)
39176625 3239642 12 List_of_One_Direction_members Heroes_(David_Bowie_song)
37362454 3239642 174 List_of_songs_recorded_by_One_Direction Heroes_(David_Bowie_song)
15660194 3239642 42 Blondie_discography Heroes_(David_Bowie_song)
38137300 3239642 20 Jessica_Lange_discography Heroes_(David_Bowie_song)
2242811 3239642 29 Best_of_Bowie Heroes_(David_Bowie_song)
8533 3239642 11 Depeche_Mode Heroes_(David_Bowie_song)
43784198 3239642 61 Nothing_Has_Changed_(album) Heroes_(David_Bowie_song)
43035979 3239642 26 Pepsi_Beats_of_the_Beautiful_Game Heroes_(David_Bowie_song)
38927316 3239642 56 Lone_Survivor_(film) Heroes_(David_Bowie_song)

 

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