Latest developments on the statistics module


A few changes have been made to your Statistics module.

These changes allow us to show you more actionable data, as well as new information. 

In parallel with these improvements, our data team has carried out a data migration. This migration is accompanied by a thorough work by our technical team on our data model.


The tab "Users"

We decided to make an important turn on this dashboard. 

Previously, the metrics on this dashboard were based on the date of last connection, and this only for users who were active less than two years ago. This choice made it difficult to make a decision on these metrics (this number varied from month to month, and did not allow us to focus on new registrants).

Now, and for the first two sections of the tab, the metrics are based on the date of registration, without any limitation in relation to the user's activity. Thus, you can navigate through the data of previous years, regardless of their inactivity. You can also focus on monitoring new registrants for the current year.

For the third section, about user behaviour, we have decided to take into account all active registrants over the last two years, without considering date filters. This is in order to have a sufficient sample for the selected courses and to help in the decision-making process.


The tab "Job ads"

Following numerous requests from our partners, and while waiting to provide you with a more complete tab on Companies, we have added a new filter in the "Job ads" tab that allows you to display the performance of vacancies by company.

We know that this behaviour is key for you, allowing you to analyse and illustrate your employer relations in the best possible way.


The tab "Events"

Some changes have been made in the "Events" tab as well. 

The number of views is now a total number of page views, unlike the monthly single views that were previously displayed. This seems more consistent for the purpose of measuring commitment to an event. 

We have also improved the event count, ensuring that cancelled events are no longer counted, and that events are properly categorised (public, targeted, private). 

Finally, in the past we counted events in the Career Center languages only: now that students have access to events in other languages, we show them all.


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