There are a number of different statistics available within the Doubtfire LMS, which can be viewed at any time during a unit by the teaching staff. In this article, we will explore how to view and interpret the different types of statistics.

To view all unit statistics, from the Administration menu, select manage units and select the appropriate unit.

Select Unit

From the top-left menu, select Unit Analytics:

Unit Analytics

You will now be presented with the unit analytics page.

Unit Statistics

The first tab provides two CSV download options:

  • Task Completion Statistics - A breakdown of each student's progress through the unit tasks.

  • Tutor Assessment Statistics - A breakdown of the number of tasks assessed by each tutor in the unit (useful for calculating marking pay)

Unit Statistics

Task Status Statistics

Task Status Statistics provides a breakdown of each task's status. For example in the image below, ~28% of the unit's tasks are complete.

Task Status

Most of the statistics can be broken down into 3 categories noted by the three-switch at the top-right.

  1. Building Icon - indicates the shown statistics are throughout the whole unit.

  2. Pencil Icon - indicates the shown statistics are throughout an individual tutorial.

    tutorial stats

  3. Chart Icon - indicates the shown statistics are broken down by task.

    Task Stats

Note: These categories apply to multiple statistics views.

Task Completion Statistics.

Shows the distribution of tasks completed in a unit. In the below example, this can be interpreted as out of the 10 tasks in the unit (Y axis), students have completed 3.5 on average.

task completion stats

Target Grade Statistics.

Shows a breakdown of target grades chosen by students:

Target Grade Statistics

Task Statistics

The task statistics page simply shows every student's progress in each of the tasks. Each bubble represents a tutorial, and the size of the bubble represents the amount of students in the tutorial. The placement of the tutorial across the X axis shows which state the task is in. In the example below, most of the tasks are in the "not started" state:

task stats