By default Acrolinx provides seven Analytics Dashboards. Each dashboard offers several charts and tables to equip you with a powerful analysis tool. You’re able to filter and drill-down your results for detailed analysis.
You might have different types of content and different projects that you check with Acrolinx. Naturally you would like to analyze these separately. In analytics, you’re able to create different Content Groups. Content Groups let you create logical collections of your content, so you can then view and compare aggregated metrics by Content Group. You can define your Content Group using one or more criteria, such as department or language. For example, you could group all the content that's published to your blog and then view the Content Quality Dashboard to look at how your blog content develops over time. For more information on Content Groups and how you set and configure them, see the article Content Groups .
If you want analysis tools that are shaped according to your specifications, you can add customized dashboards that you've created in JReport. For more information and further steps see the article Custom-Dashboards .
Let's have a closer look at the different dashboards.
Find out how Acrolinx has helped achieve your business goals by improving the quality of your content. This dashboard provides an overview of your content development. At a glance, you can see the average Acrolinx Score of the current state of your documents, by the last check, and how many checks your team has performed.
The dashboard has three different charts and a placeholder:
|Acrolinx Score||View how the average Acrolinx Score of your Content Groups develops over time.|
|Total Content Improvement||Scan the improvement of your content. We calculate this trend on the increase of the Acrolinx Score per document over time.|
|Category Score||See the Acrolinx Score of the different categories. Find out how the categories of your guidance package develop over time.|
|Monitor your KPI||Here you can integrate a KPI chart, which you can customize according to your business goals.|
You can also open a detailed table view and a closer look at category scores.
View how often your team uses Acrolinx and who of your team uses it. Track how its usage develops over time.
The dashboard has four different charts:
|Acrolinx Checks||Find out often your team performed a check.|
|Documents Checked||See how many documents Acrolinx checked.|
|Words and Sentences||Find out how many words and sentences Acrolinx checked.|
|Active Users||Measure the usage of Acrolinx and identify who of your team is using it.|
You can also view the checks by user and open a table view.
Curious how the quality of your content develops and which content scores the highest? Here you can analyze the Content Groups in relation to the benchmark and also see the average benchmark value of a Content Group. The dashboard also displays the average Acrolinx Score and the age of your content.
The dashboard shows six different charts:
|Content Group Benchmark Analysis||Here you can see how many documents of a Content Group are on or above the benchmark value and how many scored up to and more than 20% below.|
|Benchmark Values||This is the average Acrolinx Score of the benchmark per Content Group.|
|Acrolinx Score||View how the average Acrolinx Score of your different Content Groups develops over time.|
|Age of Content||
Is your content outdated? See how long ago the last check was. If you check your content regularly, the last check of the documents line shouldn't rise.
|Highest Acrolinx Score||See which documents have the highest Acrolinx Score and which user created them.|
|Lowest Acrolinx Score||See which documents have the lowest Acrolinx Score and which user created them.|
Note: The data on the top line isn’t dependent on the filtered time period. It displays the current state of the content.
You can also open detailed tables on your benchmark, status, documents, and categories.
You might want to know if the improved content quality actually saves you money. You calculate your cost savings by looking at how many issues your users found and corrected with Acrolinx. The dashboard shows two different charts that give insights on your cost savings according to the configurations you've set in Cost Savings Settings . For more information on how to configure this dashboard see the article Configuring the Cost Savings Dashboard .
|Cost Savings by Period||View the calculated cost savings broken down by time.|
|Cost Savings by Category||View the calculated cost savings broken down by category.|
You can also open a table view.
Find out if your guidance is right for your content. View your top issues and understand their context.
|Top Grammar Issues||Check the most common grammar issues Acrolinx corrected.|
|Top Style Issues||Find out if you can improve your style guidelines, by checking the most common style issues.|
|Terminology Issues||See if your team is up to date with your terminology.|
|Issues by Type||View all issues by type.|
You can also open a detailed terminology table and a guideline overview.
Get an overview of the integrations used by your team. Here you can see which version is used by whom and check if some of your team members need updates.
The dashboard provides two charts:
|Usage Overview||See how often your team members use which Acrolinx integrations.|
|Integration Details||Check if all members of your team use the latest integration.|
View and open older Scorecards, without accessing the file system on your server computer.
The dashboard provides a table:
|Time||The date and time of the last check.|
The checked document.
Tip: Click on the file name to open the Scorecard in the browser.
|Acrolinx Score||The average of all category scores as a standardized score out of 100.|
|Issues||The total number of issues in the document.|
|Words||The number of words checked.|
|User||The user who ran the check.|
Tip: Turn off the pop-up blocker in your browser to open a Scorecard.
Here are some little hints on how you can view and use the dashboards:
- The start date in the time range filter is the same as in the Parameter Values dialog you can open on the left side of the dashboard. You can change the parameter value to include more historical data.
- You can adjust the appearance of every chart. A window opens with a right click in the chart field and you select to change the style, the way the category is sorted, the chart type, and the legend.
- Note that the time range filter you set in the dashboard doesn’t apply to the detailed table views. You can add filter when you open the dialog box on the left.