This documentation helps Mozilla's developers and data scientists analyze and interpret the data gathered by the Firefox Telemetry system.
You can locate the source for this documentation in the firefox-data-docs repository on GitHub.
This documentation is divided into the following sections:
This section provides a quick introduction to analyzing telemetry data. After reading these articles, you will be able to confidently perform analysis over telemetry data.
This section provides an overview of standard metrics used at Mozilla. Here you'll find the definitions and descriptions for each.
This section contains tutorials presented in a simple problem/solution format, organized by topic.
This section contains detailed reference material on the Mozilla data platform, including links to other resources where appropriate.
Describes all available data we have from our products. For each dataset, we include a description of the dataset's purpose, what data is included, how the data is collected, and how you can change or augment the dataset. You do not need to read this section end-to-end.
This section contains some documentation of things that used to be part of the Mozilla Data Platform, but are no longer. You can generally safely ignore this section, it is intended only to answer questions like "what happened to X?".