Instagram Graph

Instagram Graph

This document describes the Instagram Graph data source. Continue reading to learn more about:

  1. Collecting - what should you know about adding the data source.
  2. ERD - data relationships (such as parent-child table relationships).
  3. Data Dictionary - what data is available and how it is structured.

Collecting

Instagram requires the logged in user to have access to an Instagram Creative (Graph) account.

To configure this data source and collect Instagram Graph data:

  1. From the Data Sources menu, click Add Data Source.
  2. Search for Instagram Graph, then select it to continue to the next step.
  3. On the General tab:
    • Click Login and follow Instagram’s authorization process to allow Panoply to access Instagram Graph data.
    • Select the Metrics to collect.
    • Select a Date Range.
      • The Date Range determines how many days of historical data to collect.
      • If this is a first time collection, we recommend using the default selection. This will speed up the initial collection.
  4. (Optional) To set the Advanced Options, click on the Advanced tab.
    • We do not recommend changing advanced options unless you are an experienced Panoply user.
    • Destination - Default is instagram_Graph_{resource}, where resource is the table name from the schema for this data source.
  5. Save your changes by clicking the Save Changes. You can then click Collect.
    • The data source appears grayed out while the collection runs.
    • You may add additional data sources while this collection runs.
    • You can monitor this collection from the Jobs page or the Data Sources page.
    • After a successful collection, navigate to the Tables page to review the data results.

ERD

Data Dictionary

These are the resources available for the Instagram Graph data source, and along with them their table mappings. Depending on the resource, Panoply makes use of one or more tables for importing data. Here they are, grouped by resource:

instagram_Graph_comments

The Comments table contains information about comments to your Instagram posts.

instagram_Graph_comments_replies

The Comments Replies table contains information about replies to comments on your Instagram posts.

instagram_Graph_insights_day

The Insights Day table contains insights about your posts on by day.

instagram_Graph_insights_day_values

The Insights Day Values table contains insights for a given day.

instagram_Graph_insights_lifetime

The Insights Lifetime table contains information about the lifetime of your Instagram account.

instagram_Graph_insights_lifetime_values

The Insights Lifetime Values table contains information about the lifetime of your Instagram account.

instagram_Graph_insights_lifetime_values_value

The Insights Lifetime table contains information about your Instagram account by age, gender and location.

instagram_Graph_media

The Media table contains information about the media posted to your Instagram account.

instagram_Graph_media_children_ids

The Media table contains information about the media posted to your Instagram account.

instagram_Graph_media_comment_ids

The Media table contains information about the media posted to your Instagram account.

instagram_Graph_replies

The Replies table contains information about replies to the content posted to your Instagram account.

Tags

instagram_Graph_tags

The Tags table contains information about the tags used on your content.

instagram_Graph_tags_children

The Tags table contains information about the tags used on your content.

instagram_Graph_tags_children_data

The Tags table contains information about the tags used on your content.

Users

instagram_Graph_users

The Users table contains information about the users who interact with your Instagram account.

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