Audiences specified by a boolean query matching data in your identity graph
For example, one could define a query audience that semantically represents identity clusters that are members of dataset audience #8 and include data from source #2.
Expressions can reference the following entities, also known as literals:
Expressions combine literals (and sub-expressions) with the following boolean operators:
- and: combines sub-expressions with the boolean "and", also known as logical conjunction.
- or: combines sub-expressions with the boolean "or", also known as logical disjunction.
- not: negates an expression with the boolean "not", also known as logical negation.
$ optable-cli audience create "My Query Audience" \
'(or (audience 52) (source 2) (trait-eq "gender" "male"))'
orspecifies a logical OR between sub-expressions
andspecifies a logical AND between sub-expressions
audienceis followed by one argument, the integer ID of a matched audience, and specifies membership to a matched audience