1. Once the app is opened, faculty can tap the analytics icon on the footer to access Analytics.
Note: Analytics feature is only available on Mobile Applications as of now.
2. When the Analytics icon is selected, the faculty will be able to see their assessment cards and the details.
- We have a feature to show Assessments activity according to the filters applied. You’ll learn more about the filters below.
3. With the graphs, we can see the no. of Assessments conducted vs the time or dates selected. The filter selected will also apply to the graphs.
4. The assessment cards display
- No. of questions present in that assessment.
- No. of submissions done for that assessment.
- The average performance of students for that assessment.
Apply Filters :
Applying ‘Today’ Filter :
5. When the faculty taps on the ‘Today‘ filter, analytics will display only the assessment cards which were created on that particular day (i.e Today), for the selected assessment module (i.e objective or subjective or coding).
NOTE : Any filter that is applied in a specific Assessment module will be RESET once we move to Analytics of another Assessment module.
Applying ‘Last 7 Days’ Filter :
6. When the ‘Last 7 days‘ filter is applied, analytics will display only the assessment cards which were created in the last 7 days, for the selected assessment module (i.e objective or subjective or coding).
Applying ‘Last 30 Days’ Filter :
7. When the ‘Last 30 days‘ filter is applied, analytics will display only the assessment cards which were created in the last 30 days, for the selected assessment module (i.e objective or subjective or coding).
8. Faculty has a custom filter feature which can be accessed by selecting the filter icon on the top right.
With this feature, faculty can filter the analytics by
- Custom dates
Note: This custom filter will filter both the assessment cards being shown and the graph data.
9. To remove the custom filters the user can tap on the Reset button beside the Apply button in the dates filter.
10. The faculty can select the assessment cards to get a detailed analysis of each and every question present in the selected assessment.
A dashboard of yours, viewing participation metrics, leaderboard, detailed subject analysis which includes unit-level analysis, topic analysis, and overall performance statistics.
a. Participation Metrics:-
It gives an overview of all the assessment performances (Objective, Subjective, Coding) attempted by the students.
11. Select either Objective or Subjective or Coding (By default Objective is selected).
12. The participation metrics are shown for all the subjects in the current academic semester.
13. The bar in the graph depicts the total number of tests assigned by you, the total participation of the students, and the percentage obtained by the students in those tests by tapping on it.
14. In order to view the graph closely, you can pinch-zoom the graph or compress and expand using the scale given below the graph.
15. To get the subjective and coding analytics, select the subjective or coding filter option present above the graph.
Each student’s performance and participation can be viewed on the leaderboard in a detailed way for all the assessments assigned by you across all the semesters and sections.
16. On swiping the leaderboard toggle, you will be navigated to the leaderboard page wherein it shows:
- The top three performers are displayed on the top. To toggle between the participation and performance metrics you can use the participation/performance tabs given on the top.
- List of students present in that particular section: The list can be sorted using the filters present (Participation, Name, Roll No.) in ascending or descending order as per your preference.
c. Detailed Subject Analysis:-
This gives you insights into the performance of the students through performance analysis(considering each unit in a subject) and topic analysis(considering each topic in a unit).
- Performance analysis:-
A bar chart that gives you a detailed analysis of the student performances for each unit in the selected subject.
17. You can get the performance status of the students (excellent, good, average, below average, poor) for each subject by tapping on the individual bar based on the applied filters.
- Topic analysis:-
A tree map that gives you insights on the number of right answers and percentage scored by the students in each topic by tapping on the required topic.
18. Topic Analysis map is a heat map i.e. the color of the map changes depending upon the percentage scored and questions attempted for a particular topic.
d. Overall Metrics:-
A Radar Plot showing the students participating in the assessments (Objective, Subjective, Coding).
19. The edges or vertices of the Radar Plot show you the Number of Assessments attempted falling under the Excellent, Below Average, Good, Average, and Poor Performance categories.
20. Objective, Subjective, and Coding Assessment’s Overall Metrics are given in represented using different colors.
21. On tapping one of the edges of the plot, it shows the number of tests falling under that performance status (good, below average, average, excellent, poor).
Know the analytical strengths with a detailed category-wise performance report.
22. The summary tab shows the number of questions, attempted questions, correct questions, and average performance.
23. The x-axis on the graph depicts the date and the y-axis on the graph depicts the total attempts and correct answers (red bar) as per the filter applied (last 30 days, last 7 days, today, the default filter is the last 30 days).
24. You can get the total attempts and correct attempts data for a particular test by tapping on the graph.
25. In order to view the graph closely, you can pinch-zoom the graph or compress and expand using the scale given below the graph.
f. Categories Performance:-
For all the Topics or Categories in Aptitude, you will be presented with information about, the category name, the total no. of questions sent, and the performance.
- You can sort by Category Name, No. of Questions, or Category wise Performance.
HOW TO APPLY THE CUSTOM FILTERS:
26. For the faculty to use the custom filter, select the custom filter option, where a pop-up page appears with the subject and sections. Select the required filters and click Apply.
For the Management:
27. For the higher management to use the custom filter, select the custom filter option, where a pop-up page appears with the department, semester subject, and sections. Select the required filters and click Apply.