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Platform-wide metrics

2 types of metrics on Joinup

On Joinup, there are 2 different types of metrics:

  • Project metrics: They include metrics specific to the use of project (of an interoperability solution)
  • Platform-wide metrics: They include general metrics related to the use of Joinup

Please click here (?) to know more about the project metrics.

What is displayed on this page?

  • Evolution: This graph shows the evolution of the following:
    • Number of Groups (Community, interoperability solution, Software, repository)
    • Number of Items (News, Blogs, Events)
    • e-Library Items (Documents, Cases, Factsheets, Videos)
    • Number of Users
    • Number of interoperability solutions
  • Repartition: this graph shows the repartition between the following:
    • Number of Groups (Community, interoperability solution, Software, repository)
    • Number of Items (News, Blogs, Events)
    • e-Library Items (Documents, Cases, Factsheets, Videos)
    • Number of Blogs per country
    • Number of Cases per country
    • Number of Documents per country
    • Number of Events per country
    • Number of News per country
    • Number of Users per country
  • Geographical distribution: this graph shows the geographical distribution of the following
    • Number of Blogs per country
    • Number of Cases per country
    • Number of Documents per country
    • Number of Events per country
    • Number of News per country
    • Number of Users per country

How to can the information be sorted?

By default, the evolution and repartition graphs show Groups (Community, interoperability solution, Software, repository) and the geographical distribution graph shows Blogs.

For each graph, you can choose which information you want to display. To modify the information you want to display:

  1. Click drop down list just above the graph; and
  2. Choose the information you want to display;
  3. The graph will be updated automatically.

How to see more detailed metrics on the graphs?

By clicking on the graphs, you can see more detailed metrics.

  1. Put your cursor on the place of the graph where you want to see more detailed information.
  2. Detailed information corresponding to your request will automatically be displayed on the graph.
  3. Just take the cursor off of the place to hide the detailed information.

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