When you have created and shared your publication around many users typically want to see how their publication is doing in terms of popularity and what viewers found most inviting when clicking your publication. These statistics are greatly ranged from the number of unique clicks per user to where the user is from geographically. This data is very good for seeing how well your publication does with age and geographic groups, or if the publication was taken well by users. This data can then be used to plot your next publication if you are to target a specific audience.
Starting from the Maglr Dashboard, go into the Publications tab.
Find the Publication you would like to see the Statistics of. Then click the graph icon located in the panel of the publication view or you can click edit on the publication and click the Statistics link located on the left side of the dashboard. This will then load a page that will display the statistics data of that publication.
Please be sure to give the dashboard some time to load this data, loading times can depend on the number of elements in the publication and the number of statistics that has to be loaded and displayed.
Once this page loads, you will see a lot of information regarding your publication, organized into different categories. You can view statistics for another publication by clicking the drop-down menu labeled Choose Publication in the top right and selecting the desired publication. You can then view the range of the statistic in terms of time, by clicking the drop-down menu labeled Date, this will then load more/fewer data depending on which option you select.
You can click the green Refresh Button located in the top right if you wish for the dashboard to update and load the statistics again. You can also remove/reset the current statistics for that publication but clicking the grey Scrape Button, this will then remove/reset the current statistical data for that publication and will then load it from the day you clicking scrap.
Once you have the loaded statistics page, under the title User and Sessions you will see a timeline graph, displaying the number of unique visitors and session length the publication has gained. The timeline of this graph changes based on the drop-down menu option you select from Date.
Under Users and Sessions, you will see the title Brief Summary. This section gives the user an overall view of the data for the current publication. This section is filled with fields of a data type and a number. Eg, Unique Visitors = 5.
Under Brief Summary, you will see the title Popular Pages. This section will show data based on the most popular pages and the information on that popular page from the publication.
Under Popular Pages, you will see the title Interaction Per Visited Page (Events). This section will show data based on interactions/element uses on the publications pages. You can also see the specific statistics of a page by clicking an option from the drop-down menu located to the right of this section, then displayed the interaction of that specific page.
Under Interaction Per Visited Page (Events), you will see the title Demography (Top 10). This section shows where your publication was most popular in terms of location and language.
Under Demography, you will see the title Traffic (Top 10). This section shows where the publication may have got its source of views along with the views and time of viewing and when they left.
Under Traffic, you will see the title Used Devices. This section shows the different devices the users may have viewed the publication from, such as a computer or mobile device, along with similar information as Traffic.
Under Used Devices, you will see the title Technical Information. This section shows information about the software/browser of the user. Eg, Google Chrome, Firefox, Safari etc. Along with the numbers of visitors and the resolution, they are viewing at, eg, 1280by720 pixels.
This is just some of the information that the dashboard has collected. If you want to see more and advanced statistics to do with your publications, then we advise setting up and using Google Analytics as this displays more advanced and in-depth information to do with the publication you wish to see information on.