Select period

At the top of the page, you can select the period for which you want to see the analytics. You can quick-select Last 30 days, Last 7 days, Yesterday or Today or pick your own dates.

Export

You can export the analytics data to an Excel sheet with the button Export this report. This exports all data within the selected period.

Event installations & use

Event installations

The graph for Event installations shows you how many people installed the event each day. You can choose to display the data per day, or to add up the installations of that day to a cumulative value.

By platform & device

In this section you can see how the installations are distributed between iPhones, iPads and Android phones and tablets.

The full list of devices can be found in the popup that opens when clicking View devices. Please note that for iPhones, the ID is given, so not the model name. You can find the iPhone models these ID's translate to on Wikipedia below Hardware strings. You can also put your mouse pointer on the chart to see the number of devices.

Unique users

This graph shows you how many people used the event at least once during that day and the total number in this period. Please note that if the same user uses the event twice, he or she will count as 1.

Page views

Pages

In the pages table you can find all pages created in Pages & Structure that have been viewed at least once. Please note that the Intro page and Carousel page are not in this table, but have their own table.

You can sort the items in the table ascending or descending by clicking any column header. This will sort all items in the table, so not only the visible ones.

The following columns are available:

  • Page type: for example programme, list or navigation. Please note that a page with the same name can be in the table multiple times: for example when you have a navigation page called Programme, containing the Daily programme and the Industry programme, you will see both a Programme with the type navigation, as one with the type programme in the list.
  • Views: how many times the page has been viewed in total.
  • No. of users: how many users have viewed the page.
  • Views per user: the average number of views per user (=views/no. of users).
  • % of users: the number of users that have viewed this page divided by the total number of unique users in that period.

Intro pages

The intro pages are listed separately. 

If you replaced your intro page at some point, the table will list both images separately. Besides the columns described above, the following columns are available:

  • Average time viewed: you can configure whether an intro page can be closed. Here you can see the average time in seconds that users had it open.
  • Closed: this is the number of users that have closed the page manually before it automatically closed itself.

Ads pages

In this section you can find the statistics of the carousel pages. The same columns as for intro pages are available.

This table contains all links starting with http://, https:// or mailto://. This could for example be URLs from home menu buttons or navigation pages, or links to a website or email address on an institution or person page. Please note that links opening in the external browser cannot be tracked, so they will not appear here.

The following columns are available:

  • Page type: webpage (starting with http or https) or email (starting with mailto).
  • Views: how many times the page has been viewed in total.
  • No. of users: how many users have viewed the page.
  • Views per user: the average number of views per user (=views/no. of users).
  • % of users: the number of users that have viewed this page divided by the total number of unique users in that period.

On this tab you can see the most popular items in the event. You can select what 100 items to show, for example those with the highest number of views or the highest rating, select a type and optionally, filter even more by keyword. This can for example be useful to show only a certain type if you're coding your sessions with numbers. 

The following columns are available. Click to sort the items by that property.

  • Views: how many times the object (program item, person, ...) has been viewed in total. One user viewing it three times, counts as 3.
  • Favorited: the number of times it was favorited.
  • Rates: if you have the Eureka Rate switched on, here you can see the number of rates. If it's off, this will remain 0.
  • Avg. rating: the average of all ratings.
  • Notes: the number of times a note has been added for this object.
  • Info: the number of times the info page (for example the abstract, company info or biography) has been viewed.

Messages

This table lists all sent news messages that were viewed at least once in the selected period. The table contains the columns Views, No. of users and % of users.

Search queries

If you have a general search page in your app, this tab lists all keywords that have been entered there. Please note that when using automatic search, also keywords entered only half are counted. If a user types slowly, you might then get both 'on', 'onco', 'oncolo' and 'oncology' in the results.

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