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A wrapper for Mixpanel's data export API. Simply instantiate the class with your API secret and key and then make calls to api methods and get json back.

Mixpanel Data Export (v 1.8.2)

Simply put, this is a JavaScript library that makes Mixpanel's data export API easy to use. Simply instantiate the class with your API secret and key and then make calls to api methods and get correctly formatted data back via a promise, callback or stream.


var MixpanelExport = require('mixpanel-data-export');

Browser (self-hosted):

<script src="your/path/to/mixpanel_data_export.min.js"></script>

Every method detailed on mixpanel's data export api page is available in the library. However, some of the namings have been adjusted to read more semantically, for example, topEventProperties , and eventPropertyValues. The full list of methods is as follows...


  • annotations(parameters)
  • createAnnotation(parameters)
  • updateAnnotation(parameters)



  • events(parameters)
  • topEvents(parameters)
  • eventNames(parameters)

Event Properties:

  • eventProperties(parameters)
  • topEventProperties(parameters)
  • eventPropertyValues(parameters)


  • funnels(parameters)
  • listFunnels(parameters)


  • segmentation(parameters)
  • numericSegmentation(parameters)
  • sumSegmentation(parameters)
  • averageSegmentation(parameters)


  • retention(parameters)
  • addiction(parameters)

People Analytics:

An example usage might be:

panel = new MixpanelExport({
  api_key: "my_api_key",
  api_secret: "my_api_secret"
  from_date: "2014-02-28",
  to_date: "2014-03-10",
  born_event: "Rendering items"
}).then(function(data) {

Callbacks are also supported:

result = panel.retention({
  from_date: "2014-02-28",
  to_date: "2014-03-10",
  born_event: "Rendering items"
}, function(data) {

A full list of available API methods is detailed on mixpanel's data export api page. If you find any that are missing please let me know, or better yet put in a pull request.

For any other requests (e.g. undocumented API endpoints), you can make raw requests to the API using get. The library will still handle all of param ordering and md5 signature stuff that the API requires, so you'll just need to supply a request type & parameters:

  • panel.get(requestType, parameters)

requestType expects an array forming a path to the endpoint. Taking the "top events" endpoint as an example - it's available at, so to request it you'd call panel.get(['events', 'top'], parameters).

Due to the large size of an export response, it's often appropriate to stream the data instead of waiting for it all:

// Create a stream object 
var exportStream = panel.exportStream({
    from_date: "2015-03-01",
    to_date: "2015-03-02"
// Listen on stream data 
exportStream.on('data', function(data) {
  // do something with it 
// Listen for a stream error 
exportStream.on('error', function(err) {
  // handle error 
// Listen for the end of the stream 
exportStream.on('end', function() {
  // move on to do other stuff 
// Pause the stream 
// Resume the stream 

Please note this option is not available in node environments, it's not supported in browser.