Graphs and Charts

Each Curatr course has a dashboard which provides data into different aspects of end-user engagement.

This article provides a breakdown of those graphs and charts to help you better interpret what they are telling you.

 

User Performance Graph

This benchmarks your users by progress (how many levels have they completed / how much content they have interacted with) against engagement (comments / contributions / votes). There are no absolutes here; positions on the graph will move according to the effort level of the whole enrolment base.

Hovering over a point will show you the user in question; clicking will take you to their profile page where you can drill down further if needed.

 

Contribution Quality Graph

This benchmarks user’s contributions against the ratings they have received for those contributions. Those down in the bottom left are somewhat apathetic. Those in the top right are demonstrating ‘flow’; a balance of quantity and quality. Those in the bottom right are perhaps trying a little too hard in terms of the number of contributions they make. And those in the top left you could do with hearing more from; they make quality contributions, but they don’t say much.

Hovering over a point will show you the user in question; clicking will take you to their profile page where you can drill down further if needed.

 

Activity Charts

 

Comments Chart

The above graph / pop up shows us that:

  • 179 comments were made during the preceding 30 days.
  • on the 26/09/16, 13 comments were made (this data became visible by hovering the cursor over a point in the graph)

 

 

Active Users Chart

The above graph / pop up shows us that:

  • 22 distinct users logged in during the preceding 30 days.
  • on the 23/09/16, 14 distinct users logged in (this data became visible by hovering the cursor over a point in the graph)

 

 

Contributions Chart

The above graph / pop up shows us that:

  • 8 contributions were made during the preceding 30 days.
  • on the 03/10/16, 1 contribution was made (this data became visible by hovering the cursor over a point in the graph)

 

 

Object Views Chart

The above graph / pop up shows us that:

  • 599 object views took place in the preceding 30 days.
  • on the 30/09/16, 53 object views took place (this data became visible by hovering the cursor over a point in the graph)
  • If an individual were to view an object twice, that would count as 2 views.

 

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