Audience

1. Overview

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The Overview tab displays by default when the user enters the Analytics screen. There are three different time display options that the users can choose from:
– Hourly: Displays the number of requests per hour
– Daily: Displays the number of requests per day
– Weekly: Displays the number of requests per week

These options will display information of the current month unless another month has been selected. If the user selects a month with no data available, “No data to display” will be shown on the area where the chart is. Analytic 2

The user can hover over the dot in the chart to reveal a tooltip. This tooltip will contain the exact number of requests. Depending on their current view, the tooltip may also contain date and/or hour information.

1.1 Changing the Year & Month

To select a different month, click the Calendar icon . This will reveal a box where the user can select the month & year they want to display the analytics for. The current year and month will be selected by default. By clicking the << or >> button, the user can select the previous/next year respectively. Analytic 3

In order to navigate to an earlier year more efficiently, the user can click the year button (in between the << and >> buttons), which will change the dialogue box from month selection to year selection. Similarly to selecting months, pressing the << or >> button will bring them to the previous/next page.Analytic 4

Clicking anywhere outside the dialogue box will close it.

1.2 Concurrent Visitors

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This chart displays the concurrent visitors for the current month and year. Similarly to the main chart, the user can hover over the dot in the chart to reveal a tooltip. This tooltip will display date, time, and number of concurrent visitors of that date/time.

1.3 VOD Request + Live Request

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This chart displays the number of VOD Requests (in blue) along with the number of Live Requests (in orange) for the current month and year. Similarly to the main chart, the user can hover over the dot in the chart to reveal a tooltip. This tooltip will display date, time, and number of requests of that date/time.

1.4 Summary Count

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Summary count view will display a line graph, a bar chart, and a pie chart for the selected month and year.

2. Geo

Displays geographical information about video requests from different countries. Map coloring will help to discern which area produces the highest amount of requests.

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Color value can be determined on the bar at the bottom left of the screen. The color/number on the right-most spectrum indicates the maximum number of requests based on the data in the table in the top-left corner. The color/number on the left-most spectrum indicates the lowest number of requests based on the data in the table in the top-left corner.

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By hovering over a colored region, the name of country will appear along with the number of visits. If a country has no requests, no tooltip will appear when hovered over.

3. VOD

3.1 Top Number of VOD Channel Hits as of Current Month

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This displays the top 5 most viewed VOD as of the current month. The file name is listed on the left along the Y axis while the number of hits are listed on the bottom along the X axis.

To get the exact number of hits, hover over a bar. This will reveal a tooltip with the exact views within it. Analytic 11

3.2 VOD Hits / Streaming Usage by Days

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Displays the streaming usage (in MB, bar chart in blue) and the number of hits per day (line graph in orange) of the current month. To get the exact number of MB streamed/hits per day, the user can hover over the bar (for the bar chart) or the circular section (of the line graph) to reveal the tooltip. This tooltip will display the date and the exact number of MB streamed/hits.

3.3 VOD Table

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The VOD table displays all the VOD in a table format, with columns for details such as VOD ID, Play Hits, and Percentage.

– VOD ID: file name
– Play Hits: number of hits (non-unique)
– Percentage: the percentage of hits out of all of the total for every video in the table

The table will always only display 10 results. To view the previous/next 10 rows of information, the user can click “Previous” or “Next” to go to the next page. If the user wishes to visit a specific page, they can navigate by clicking the page number as well.

The currently selected page will be grayed out. If “Previous” or “Next” is unavailable, it will be grayed out as well.

The user can sort the info in ascending/descending order by clicking on the arrows on the right of each column or the column header. The first click will sort all data in ascending order based on the selected column.

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For example, if the user sorts the Percentage by ascending order, the table will be listed starting from the VOD with the lowest percentage of views.

Clicking the arrow or the header again will change the sorting order to descending. For example, if the user sorts the Play Hits by descending order, the table will be listed starting from the VOD with the highest number of Play Hits.

The user can also perform a search within the table. Any value(s) entered will be searched across all fields. For example, if the user enters “4”, the search will retrieve all rows of data containing “4”, either under VOD ID (including the file extension), Play Hits, or Percentage:
– VOD ID: filename.mp4
– Play Hits: 439
– Percentage: 10.4%

As long as any column in the row of data contains a “4”, the row will be displayed as a search result. If the user wishes to display all rows of data again, they will need to delete all the text within the search box.

The user can then continue sorting the data in ascending/descending order if they wish to.

4. Live

4.1 Top Number of Live Channel Hits as of Current Month

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Similar to Top Number of VOD Channel Hits as of Current Month, this displays the top 5 most viewed Live Channel as of the current month. The channel name is listed on the left along the Y axis while the number of hits are listed on the bottom along the X axis.

To get the exact number of hits, hover over a bar. This will reveal a tooltip with the exact views within it. Analytic 16

4.2 Live Hits / Streaming Usage by Days

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Similar to VOD Hits / Streaming Usage by Days, this displays the streaming usage (in MB, bar chart in blue) and the number of hits per day (line graph in orange) of the current month. To get the exact number of MB streamed/hits per day, the user can hover over the bar (for the bar chart) or the circular section (of the line graph) to reveal the tooltip. This tooltip will display the date and the exact number of MB streamed/hits.

4.3 Channel Table

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The channel table displays all the channels in a table format, with columns for details such as VOD ID, Play Hits, and Percentage.

– VOD ID: channel name
– Play Hits: number of hits (non-unique)
– Percentage: the percentage of hits out of all of the total for every channel/video in the table

The table will always only display 10 results. To view the previous/next 10 rows of information, the user can click “Previous” or “Next” to go to the next page. If the user wishes to visit a specific page, they can navigate by clicking the page number as well.

The currently selected page will be grayed out. If “Previous” or “Next” is unavailable, it will be grayed out as well.

The user can sort the info in ascending/descending order by clicking on the arrows on the right of each column or the column header. The first click will sort all data in ascending order based on the selected column.

For example, if the user sorts the Percentage by ascending order, the table will be listed starting from the channel/VOD with the lowest percentage of views.

Clicking the arrow or the header again will change the sorting order to descending. For example, if the user sorts the Play Hits by descending order, the table will be listed starting from the channel/VOD with the highest number of Play Hits.

The user can also perform a search within the table. Any value(s) entered will be searched across all fields. For example, if the user enters “4”, the search will retrieve all rows of data containing “4”, either under VOD ID, Play Hits, or Percentage:
– VOD ID: channel4
– Play Hits: 439
– Percentage: 10.4%

As long as any column in the row of data contains a “4”, the row will be displayed as a search result. If the user wishes to display all rows of data again, they will need to delete all the text within the search box.

The user can then continue sorting the data in ascending/descending order if they wish to.

5. Devices

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The Devices table displays all the devices that accessed the video content in a table format, with columns for details such as Device, Play Hits, and Percentage.

– Device: device type – PC, iOS, Android
– Play Hits: number of hits (non-unique)
– Percentage: the percentage of hits accessed from this particular type of device

The table will always only display 10 results. In this case, the Devices table will highly unlikely exceed that amount, so there will only be a page of data available. In the event that there is more than 10 rows of information, to view the previous/next 10 rows of information, the user can click “Previous” or “Next” to go to the next page. If the user wishes to visit a specific page, they can navigate by clicking the page number as well.

The currently selected page will be grayed out. If “Previous” or “Next” is unavailable, it will be grayed out as well.

The user can sort the info in ascending/descending order by clicking on the arrows on the right of each column or the column header. The first click will sort all data in ascending order based on the selected column.

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For example, if the user sorts the Percentage by ascending order, the table will be listed starting from the device with the lowest percentage of views.

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Clicking the arrow or the header again will change the sorting order to descending. For example, if the user sorts the Play Hits by descending order, the table will be listed starting from the device with the highest number of Play Hits.
The user can also perform a search within the table. Any value(s) entered will be searched across all fields. For example, if the user enters “4”, the search will retrieve all rows of data containing “4”, either under Device, Play Hits, or Percentage:
– Play Hits: 439
– Percentage: 10.4%

As long as any column in the row of data contains a “4”, the row will be displayed as a search result. If the user wishes to display all rows of data again, they will need to delete all the text within the search box.

The user can then continue sorting the data in ascending/descending order if they wish to.