employer_industry_sector_names

^^li.all.articles
Industry names & sectors of companies associated with the member (inferred from the member's current employers) who authored the article.
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^^li.user
Industry names & sectors of companies associated with the member (inferred from the member's current employers) who performed the interaction.
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^^li.root.user
If the root item of the activity chain is a share posted by a member, industry names of companies associated with the member.

If the root item is an article, or a share posted by a company, then this target is not populated.
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For example corporate|management consulting.

Notice each value is tuple where a | character is used to separate the industry sector from the industry name.

Query filtering

^^li.all.articles

  1. Filter to shares of articles authored by members associated with a specific industry:

    li.subtype == "activity|share" AND ||.||.employer_industry_sector_names == "corporate|management consulting"

  2. Filter to shares of articles authored by members associated with any of a set of industries:

    li.subtype == "activity|share" AND ||.||.employer_industry_sector_names in "corporate|management consulting, high-tech|computer software"

  3. Filter to shares of articles authored by members associated with a specific industry and of a certain age group:

    li.subtype == "activity|share" AND ||.||.employer_industry_sector_names == "corporate|management consulting" AND ||.||.age == "25-34"

    ^^

^^li.user

  1. Filter to shares by members associated with a specific industry:

    li.subtype == "activity|share" AND ||.||.employer_industry_sector_names == "corporate|management consulting"

  2. Filter to shares by members associated with any of a set of industries:

    li.subtype == "activity|share" AND ||.||.employer_industry_sector_names in "corporate|management consulting, high-tech|computer software"

  3. Filter to shares by members associated with a specific industry and of a certain age group:

    li.subtype == "activity|share" AND ||.||.employer_industry_sector_names == "corporate|management consulting" AND ||.||.age == "25-34"

    ^^

^^li.root.user

  1. Filter to likes on shares posted by members associated with a specific industry:

    li.subtype == "activity|like" AND ||.||.employer_industry_sector_names == "corporate|management consulting"

  2. Filter to likes on shares posted by members associated with any of a set of industries:

    li.subtype == "activity|like" AND ||.||.employer_industry_sector_names in "corporate|management consulting, high-tech|computer software"

  3. Filter to likes on shares posted by members associated with a specific industry and of a certain age group:

    li.subtype == "activity|like" AND ||.||.employer_industry_sector_names == "corporate|management consulting" AND ||.||.age == "25-34"

    ^^

Analysis

^^li.all.articles
You can use this target to analyze the industries of authors whose content is being shared or engaged with.

  1. Analyze the industries of authors whose content is being shared:

    "filter": "li.subtype == \"activity|share\"",
    "parameters": {
        "analysis_type": "freqDist",
        "parameters": {
            "target": "||.||.employer_industry_sector_names",
            "threshold": 20
        }
    }

    Notice that here a query filter is used to filter to articles posted in shares.
    ^^

^^li.user
You can use this target to analyze the industries of members who are performing interactions.

  1. Analyze the industries of members who are posting shares:

    "filter": "li.subtype == \"activity|share\"",
    "parameters": {
        "analysis_type": "freqDist",
        "parameters": {
            "target": "||.||.employer_industry_sector_names",
            "threshold": 20
        }
    }

    Notice that here a query filter is used to filter to shares only.
    ^^

^^li.root.user
You can use this target to analyze the industries of members whose shares are receiving engagement.

  1. Analyze the industries of members whose shares are receiving likes:

    "filter": "li.subtype == \"activity|like\"",
    "parameters": {
        "analysis_type": "freqDist",
        "parameters": {
            "target": "||.||.employer_industry_sector_names",
            "threshold": 20
        }
    }

    Notice that here a query filter is used to filter to likes only.
    ^^

Resource information

Type: array(string)

Tokenized for query filters: Yes

Analysis target: Yes

Query filter: Yes

Child analysis target: No