Understanding Usage Analytics Report Cards

Usage analytics report cards allow you to quickly visualize specific user activity dimensions and metrics logged in your Coveo Cloud organization. You can create various types of cards and assemble them in a usage analytics dashboard using the Coveo Cloud administration console (see Add a Card).

ReportCardSchema

The following table presents the types of usage analytics report cards available to use in dashboards or explorers.

Card type Description Example Add card in report type
Dashboard Explorer
Table A tabular list of one or more dimensions and their metrics.
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Trend A tabular list of one dimension and its associated metric value indicating the difference compared with the previous period.
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Metric A simple numerical card including the metric name, its value, and units when applicable.
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Visit metric A simple numerical card including the visit metric name and the count of either the visits, unique visits, visit click-through, visits with clicks, or visits with manual query, for a specific event.
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Metric time series A line or bar chart that presents the values of one or more metrics over a period of time, with selectable time intervals (hour, day, week, month).
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Calculated metric A numerical card that presents the results of an arithmetic operation (+, -, *, /) between metric card values or with a fixed numeric value.
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Pie chart A graphical card that presents the value of one metric for each value of a dimension on a pie or donut chart.
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Bar chart A graphical card that presents the value of one metric for each value of a dimension on horizontal or vertical bar chart.
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Map A real world map in which shades of orange represent the value of a metric for events originating from each country.
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Packed bubble chart A graphical card in which the size and shape of a bubble represent the value of one metric for each value of a dimension.
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Note A textual card in which you can enter text such as notes and optionally include a warning icon.
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What’s Next?

Once you know why you should use each card, you can add these to your dashboards (see Creating Usage Analytics Dashboards).