Array operators in Amplitude

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This article will help you:

  • Visualize how array operators work in Amplitude
  • Choose the correct array operators for your analyses

When building charts in Amplitude, deciding which array operators to use (is, is not, contains, does not contain, set is, set is not, set contains, set does not contain) can be confusing, especially for users who are new to Amplitude. The diagrams shown in this article are intended to serve as a visual aid in that process and help you quickly grasp the nuances of these operators.



01_-_Equals_A.png    02_-_Equals_B.png

03_-_Equals_A_and_B.png    04_-_Equals_A_or_B.png

05_-_Does_not_equal_A.png    06_-_Does_not_equal_B.png

07_-_Does_not_equal_A_or_B.png    08_-_Does_not_equal_A__and_does_not_equal_B.png


Set contains

09_-_Set_contains_A.png     10_-_Set_contains_B.png     


12_-_Set_does_not_contain_A.png     13_-_Set_does_not_contain_B.png   

 14_-_Set_does_not_contain_A_and_B.png    15_-_Set_does_not_contain_A__and_does_not_contain_B.png

Set equals

16_-_Set_equals_A.png     17_-_Set_equals_B.png


19_-_Set_does_not_equal_A.png     20_-_Set_does_not_equal_B.png