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Long Term Statistics

You can find a new tab Overview on the Statistics page with currently two new blocks which are described below.

Furthermore, there is a timeframe selection for all blocks on the page and under the hood new data is getting streamed in real-time by the server instead of being periodically pulled by the browser.

In future, these new blocks and further upcoming ones will replace the old statistic blocks and will be open for configuration.

The most important improvement is the selection of the displayed timeframe for all blocks on this page. You can either select a fixed timeframe or a rolling one.

Fixed timeframes are currently available for this and last week or month.
Rolling timeframes are available for the last 7, 14, 30, 60 and 120 days. Therefore the longest timeframe you can currently inspect is the last quarter of a year.

The current timeframe is always compared to the previous timeframe of the same length. In future, you will also be able to select the comparison timeframe. So you could, for example, compare the current month to the same month last year and not the last month.

On top of the page is the Overview block. It displays incoming Reports, the extracted Events, and the generated Cases right next to each other. The big number right under the series name is the total amount in that period and the two smaller numbers beneath it show the minimum and maximum amount per day in this period.

The red or green percentage between the "extrema" and the graph represents the change in respect to the comparison period which is at the moment locked to the to the prior timeframe of the same length.

The graph shows the amount per day for every day in that period. Upon hovering over the graph, all three highlight the data points for that day and show the exact numbers.

Like all blocks, the data and visualization are updating automatically in the background.

In future, this block will also provide a cumulative graph which stacks up and a per day comparison with the comparison period.

The Reporter Block lists the top reporters in the specified period by events. Each row represents one reporter and consists of the total amount of Reports, Events, and Cases coming from the reporter.

The percentage below the total amount represents the change in respect to the comparison period which is at the moment locked to the to the prior timeframe of the same length.

Between the Reports and the Events stands the average number of Events extracted from the Reports of that reporter. The number between the Events and the Cases represent the average aggregation of Events to Cases coming from that Reporter.

The chart at the end of the row displays the amount per day for every day in the period. The color of the graph shows which data series is displayed and is linked with the color of the series title on the left.

In future, this block will provide highlighting in the graph and dynamic changing of the displayed series.

We hope that you like the new features and are excited like we are for further updates!