As promised in my previous post, I'm going to explain how to crunch Google Analytics 360 data with Rax. Since we released the Rax/BigQuery integration, it became very easy - the data doesn't need to exported from GA and imported into another system for analysis. Rax can crunch it directly where it lives - in a BigQuery table and using BigQuery's computational power.
Another project we were recently working on, is Rax/Jupyter notebook integration. That's right, soon you'll be able to run Rax kernels in Jupyter. For now, I can already write my Rax posts using Jupyter. So click here to see the Google Analytics analysis: http://www.raxdb.com/jupyter/GoogleAnalytics360.html