Statistics
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In this article, we’re going to look at the 'Statistics' page on the e-Reception Book dashboard. This page shows you important information about visitors, staff, residents and students.

We’ll walk you through its different features and help you learn how to focus on the information that matters most to you.


What is the Statistics page?

The Statistics page in your e-Reception Book dashboard helps you look closely at different kinds of data. It provides useful information about your reception and data on your visitors, staff and students. This helps you make informed decisions based on real data.

When you first log into the e-Reception Book dashboard and go on the Statistics page, you will see the following:

From here, you can click the "Click Here to Get Started" box in the middle of the page to add your first statistic to the page.

Alternatively, you can add statistics through the "Actions" dropdown. The "Actions" dropdown allows you to add new statistics to the page with "Add Stat" or edit the layout of the statistics on the page with "Move Stats".


How to Add a New Statistic

If you would like to add a new stat to your Statistics page, please follow the below steps:


How to Move Statistics on the Page

After you've added the statistics you would like, you might want to adjust how they appear on the page. To do so, just follow the steps below:


How to Edit Individual Statistics

If you would like to edit the statistics you have made on your e-Reception Book dashboard, please follow the steps below:


Types of Statistics

In the e-Reception Book dashboard, you can utilise six different types of statistics for analysing data. These varied statistic options offer different insights and ways of looking at your data. This variety allows you to choose the style of analysis that suits your needs best, making it easier to make informed decisions regarding your visitor management.


Card

This statistic type shows one card with a single number on it. It can display different kinds of data, like the total number of visitors, staff members, who's currently in the building or not, and how many people have checked out automatically.

Area Graph

An area graph is a visual representation that displays data over time or across categories. It uses shaded areas to show cumulative values, making it easy to see trends and comparisons. For example, the area graph below shows the number of visitor check-ins within a month's time frame. Hovering your mouse over the graph allows you to see exact figures and more data.

Bar Graph

A bar chart is a graph that uses bars of different lengths to represent and compare data values or categories. For example, the bar chart below shows data for how many visitors have checked in this month. Hovering your mouse over each bar allows you to see exact figures and more data.

Table

A table is a structured arrangement of data in rows and columns, making it easy to organise and compare information. For example, the table below shows data for the number of weekly visitors, followed along with more data such as their check-in time, first and last name, check-out time, etc.

Radial Graph

A radial graph is like a circular version of a regular bar chart. It's handy for tracking progress and seeing how close data is to a target. For instance, in the radial graph below, when you click on different bars, like "Invites Attended," you can see a percentage. If it's at 50%, the bar is halfway full.

Pie Graph

A pie chart is a circular graph that divides data into sections to show the proportion of each category or part in relation to the whole. For example, the pie chart below shows data for the feedback visitors have provided and the percentage of each feedback response.


How to Remove Statistics

How to Remove Individual Statistics

Once you have added statistics to your page, you may want to delete any that you no longer need, without deleting all of them. If you would like to delete an individual statistic, please follow the steps below:

How to Remove All Statistics

Once you have added statistics to your page, you may want to delete any that you no longer need. If you would like to delete all of the existing statistics you have made, please follow the steps below:


How to Download Statistics

If you would like to download all of the data on your Statistics page, please follow the steps provided below:


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Additional Support

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