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app:web:campaign_monitor [2014/05/07 08:26]
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 As a teacher managing or running a campaign, you may want to do some analysis of the campaign activity itself (rather than just the content of the responses). ​ This tool allows you to view how active/​inactive a particular campaign is, along with some other helpful information. ​ You can get started by browsing to http://​lausd.mobilizingcs.org/​monitor/​ . Once logged in, use the dropdown at the top to select a campaign you have access to, and you'll be greeted with something that looks similar to the screenshot below. ​ Since this tool is one page, we've annotated the different items on the page using a red number. As a teacher managing or running a campaign, you may want to do some analysis of the campaign activity itself (rather than just the content of the responses). ​ This tool allows you to view how active/​inactive a particular campaign is, along with some other helpful information. ​ You can get started by browsing to http://​lausd.mobilizingcs.org/​monitor/​ . Once logged in, use the dropdown at the top to select a campaign you have access to, and you'll be greeted with something that looks similar to the screenshot below. ​ Since this tool is one page, we've annotated the different items on the page using a red number.
  
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   - This dropdown allows you to select any campaign you have access to.   - This dropdown allows you to select any campaign you have access to.
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 An additional item you'll notice is that this display is interactive -- clicking on the pie charts or bar charts subsets/​slices the data so you can quickly note items like "which users are inactive"​ and "which users need to share their data." The data found on the user list will be subset as well, when you click on these charts. ​ You can easily un-subset the data by clicking "Reset All" or by simply reloading the page. An additional item you'll notice is that this display is interactive -- clicking on the pie charts or bar charts subsets/​slices the data so you can quickly note items like "which users are inactive"​ and "which users need to share their data." The data found on the user list will be subset as well, when you click on these charts. ​ You can easily un-subset the data by clicking "Reset All" or by simply reloading the page.
  
-== Info Box == +=== Info Box ==
-This box+Clicking on the "​i"​ icon will present you with this view: 
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 +{{ :​app:​web:​cm_02.png?​direct |}} 
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 +The table displays some detailed statistics for the campaign you are currently viewing: 
 +  * User Info displays the count of total, active and inactive users (and also shows percentages of the total encompassed by active/​inactive users). 
 +  * Response Info displays the count of total, shared and private responses (and also shows percentages of the total encompassed by shared/​private responses). 
 +  * Avg responses per active users is the count of responses divided by count of active users. 
 +  * Responses with GPS data is the count of responses with GPS metadata (some mobile clients, in addition to the browser do not always provide GPS data). 
 +  * First response date is the date the first response was submitted for this campaign. 
 +  * Last Response date is the date of the most recent response for this campaign. 
 +  * Total Collection Days is the most recent response date subtracted by the first day.
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