Users.dataSources.datasets: get

Returns a dataset containing all data points whose start and end times overlap with the specified range of the dataset minimum start time and maximum end time. Specifically, any data point whose start time is less than or equal to the dataset end time and whose end time is greater than or equal to the dataset start time. Try it now.


HTTP request



Parameter name Value Description
Path parameters
dataSourceId string The data stream ID of the data source that created the dataset.
datasetId string Dataset identifier that is a composite of the minimum data point start time and maximum data point end time represented as nanoseconds from the epoch. The ID is formatted like: "startTime-endTime" where startTime and endTime are 64 bit integers.
userId string Retrieve a dataset for the person identified. Use me to indicate the authenticated user. Only me is supported at this time.
Optional query parameters
limit integer If specified, no more than this many data points will be included in the dataset. If there are more data points in the dataset, nextPageToken will be set in the dataset response. The limit is applied from the end of the time range. That is, if pageToken is absent, the limit most recent data points will be returned.
pageToken string The continuation token, which is used to page through large datasets. To get the next page of a dataset, set this parameter to the value of nextPageToken from the previous response. Each subsequent call will yield a partial dataset with data point end timestamps that are strictly smaller than those in the previous partial response.


This request requires authorization with at least one of the following scopes:


For more information, see the authentication and authorization page.

Request body

Do not supply a request body with this method.


If successful, this method returns a Users.dataSources.datasets resource in the response body.

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