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Analysis

Sensei includes powerful drilldown reporting. To access this area, go to Sensei > Analysis.

There are three core areas of Analysis: OverviewCourses and Lessons. The three areas are deeply connected and output information depending on whether you are viewing an individual learner’s data or a particular course or lesson.

Overview

This page shows a general overview of your site’s learners and stats. From this page you can export the data for learners and drill down into each learner’s profile.

Learner Profile Page

The learner’s profile page shows a list courses they are taking, as well as status. You can drill down further into the learner’s progress by clicking the course title. This loads a list of lessons in the course, showing the progress and grades for each lesson. You can also click to view all learners taking the course and each individual lesson.

Courses

Similar to the Overview page, this page shows a general overview of courses on your site and course-centric stats for learners. From this page you can export data for your courses and drill down into a specific course’s information.

Once you have drilled down into a course information page, you can see a list of lessons in the course and the option to switch to a list of learners taking the course. Much like the learner’s profile, you can click the individual lesson page and see which learners are taking the lesson.

Lessons

Much like the Overview and Courses pages, this shows a general overview of lessons on your site and lesson-centric stats for learners. From this page you can export data for your lessons and drill down into a specific lesson’s information.

You can drill down into a specific lesson’s information page, which shows a list of learners taking the lesson.

Each area of Analysis is designed to seamlessly link to each other, so you are able to click through to a learner’s profile wherever their name appear. The same is true for courses and lessons. You can also filter every data table displayed, usually searching the first column of the tables for matches.