In addition, if you are an Account Administrator, you can create either one or both of the following demo data centers containing:
Once you create your sample data centers and define your scoring models and metrics, you populate sample data to test your demo scenarios. You can use any of the two approaches for creating sample data centers, depending on your familiarity with the product and on your organizations requirements.
NOTE: Keep in mind that sample data centers generate fictional data in a way to get you acquainted with the product.
To get an overview of how Progress Sitefinity Digital Experience Cloud works, take a look at the Getting Started Guide.
Sample data is imported for 30 days in the past from the date you populate your data center with sample data. When importing data, Progress Sitefinity Digital Experience Cloud simulates the interactions of contacts throughout this time period, so that in your reports you get conversions, touchpoint hits, and statistics for all metrics defined. In additions, contacts imported are both known and unknown. Known contacts are identified by their email address.
Once you populate your data center with sample data, the statistics you see are for the day before because all statistics are calculated once per day. To get statistics for the current day, you need to wait for the nightly calculation of data. However, if you do not repopulate the data center with sample data on the next day, the reports show 0 hits, conversions, and so on. The reason is that no actual tracking is performed. To get new statistics, repopulate with sample data.
The following sections describe the two types of demo data centers you can create to get an understanding of how Digital Experience Cloud works.
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