Open a report
When opening the application, you will be automatically directed to the report last created or edited. To change the report, click on the title of the currently displayed report. A drop-down menu will appear, suggesting different available reports. You can also go directly into the Documents space mode by clicking on the "Dashboards and Reports" icon in the Analytics Suite 2's top menu.
Set up the analysis' context
You have the option of modifying different contextual settings for your report. Click on the site tab in the blue banner to choose the site you wish to examine.
Click on the "Sites" button to examine all of a site, or click on "Level 2 sites" to examine just a subsection of your site in particular. A first menu allows you to choose the site, and a second menu lets you choose the Level 2 site if necessary.
NoteWith the [AT] Standard report, you can select multiple sites by clicking the "+" to the right of the site name.
At the bottom of the screen, a timeline lets you see the time period referenced by your report.
You can define the duration of this period by clicking and dragging the handles (5 & 6), or click the "Edit" button (7) which will let you manually enter the period you want to study. Once this period has been defined, if you want to shift it while maintaining the same duration, you can click between the two handles and glide the period where you'd like on the timeline.
The dates of the studied period are indicated in blue between these two handles. The dates indicated below, in dark grey, define the reference period for the calculation of comparison data.
It is also possible to display data from the same day. To do this, once you've gone into the timeline's "Edit" menu, click on "Today". The timeline will display hours from the current day.
To refresh data, simply click the button at the right of the timeline (8).
Working with graphs
3 different views of your data are available:
- Line graph
- Bar chart
- Pie chart
Simply click on one of these icons to edit the type of graph displayed.
Certain views offer different options. As such, when you choose a line graph, you may choose the granularity (day/week/month) of your data (4), and choose to display the average (5) as well as the maximum/minimum (6). You can find these parameters on top right of your AT INTERNET window.
To change the metric being studied, click the tab at the top-left of your analysis. A drop-down menu will suggest the different available options. In the case of layouts with two graphs side-by-side, this option will enable you to study two metrics at the same time, and to directly observe the correlation between the two.
NoteThe maximum/minimum option is also available to be viewed in bar chart format.
Finally, by hovering over the data in your graph, you can quickly compare the different values.
Working with tables
In the second part of your analysis, you have access to a table featuring all available data. Any actions taken on the table will automatically be reflected in the above graph. By default, only the first 5 rows of the table are displayed in the graph. Should you wish to display or hide certain rows of data from your graph, click on the dot at the start of the row.
By default, only the first 20 rows of your table will be loaded. If you wish to see 20 additional rows, at the bottom of your table you'll find a button marked "Show the 20 following rows".
You will see that two rows entitled "Total" are displayed. One represents the total of the displayed rows (1), whereas the other represents the total of all available data (2).
You can also search within a table (3) to easil retrieve data that matters. If you want to remove a column from your table, click on « Hide a column » at the top right of your table and untick the metric you don't wan't to see anymore (4).
If you have any doubt regarding the meaning of a metric, a simple mouse-over of column titles will give you a short definition. On all columns, by clicking on the "up" or "down" arrow, you can sort data by ascending or descending order (5). This will re-organise your data in the table and in the graph part of your report.
You can apply a filter on your data. To do so, click on the name of the metric (6), a pop-up will appear. Chose if you want the results to be equal/higher/lower than the value you entered (7). Click on « Add a filter » to add another filter on the same column. Once done, click on "Save". After having added this filter, the top left corner of the filtered column will be dark.
You can also combine filters on several columns to refine your results.