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Step 5 - How to read and understand basic reports

Pages - Page views per visit

 ShinyStat Pro  ShinyStat Business

The report "Page views per visit" shows the average number of page views during a session.
Please, remember that you can retrieve only the data of the pages where the ShinyStat html code is correctly inserted.

The first table shows the average number of page views per visit as well as the trend.
In case more values are being compared, you will be shown the corresponding average and trend.

The values indicated by (Mon-Fri) and (Sat-Sun) represent the averages of the period which are calculated by considering only the days from Monday to Friday and from Saturday to Sunday, respectively.


- Interval: this option allows you to retrieve the data of the time lapse you desire.
For this report the data history is available since the subscription date.

- "Compare with" feature: thanks to this feature you can compare up to three values selected among the available options.

The "Compare with" feature is available for all the intervals only if you have the ShinyStat Business version; in the other versions it is available only for the 'Latest 31 days' interval.


On its horizontal axis, the chart shows the days or the months of the represented period and, on the vertical axis, the page views per visit.

For the 'latest 31 days' and 'latest 3 months' intervals with a single selected value, it is possible to choose a different graph chart by clicking on the icon corresponding to the graph type (bar or line chart).
Moreover, for intervals no longer than 6 months you will be shown a dotted line representing the 7-day mobile average.
For the other intervals, you will be shown only the 7-day mobile average.


The table shows the data retrieved according to the selected time interval.

For interval longer than the 'latest 3 months' the data are represented on a monthly basis and not per day. Click on the name of a month to view the daily data.
The last column shows the percentual variation with reference to the previous month.

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