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The Personalized Relevance Transformer plugin can also be used to create reports on search behavior. The following functions are supported:
The plugin is already included in Mindbreeze InSpire by default and therefore does not require any additional installation.
If you are only interested in the reporting feature and do not want to activate personalized relevance, perform the following steps:
You can find the user interface of the query logs in the Mindbreeze Management Center in the menu "Reporting", submenu "Query Logs".
If you are using a G6 Appliance, you can add the URL to the Reporting Service via resources.json. By default, this feature is only visible in CentOS7. The URL looks like this:
“:8443/index/<YOUR SERVICE BIND PORT>/api/reporting/index.html”.
You can find the corresponding service Bind Port in the Services Settings.
Settings and filters can be used to customize the displayed search statistics and timeline.
UTC is selected by default. If the times displayed in the timeline differ from the actual times, the time zone can be adjusted here.
You can use this filter to restrict by applications as defined in the Personalized Relevance Transformer "Application Definition" configuration option.
Two options are available that can be used independently of each other:
You can use the date filter to restrict the time ranges.
In the yellow marked area in the screenshot, preset ranges can be selected.
In the area marked blue in the screenshot, time ranges can be selected in two different ways:
Days marked in grey are not selectable, as no searches were made on that day.
Depending on the settings and filters, the following information is displayed:
Number of searches
Number of actions (preview, open hits)
Average Searches Until Action
Average number of searches until an action was performed
Max Searches Until Action
Maximum number of searches until an action was performed
Minimum, average, and maximum number of additionally requested pages per query.
Seconds Between Queries
Minimum, average and maximum time interval in seconds between individual queries
Seconds Between Action and Query
Minimum, average, and maximum time interval in seconds between actions performed and the next queries being sent.
Total Result Pages
Total number of pages requested
Average Searches per Hour
Average number of searches made per hour
Adopted Searches Count
Average number of searches in which an action was performed
Abandoned Searches Count
Average number of searches in which no action was performed
Number of preview actions carried out in total
Searches with no Results
Number of searches where no results were found
The Timeline is divided into two sections:
The following key figures are displayed:
These key figures are displayed for each subsequent time unit:
In the area marked yellow in the screenshot, sessions, queries and actions can be shown or hidden by clicking on the respective type.
By clicking on any bar of a day or hour, the detailed view of the respective hour or day is displayed.
The detail view displays information on all sessions, grouped by user.
The displayed bars have four different colors to distinguish the type of information:
By moving the mouse over a bar, a tooltip with further information is displayed.
You can zoom in to see more details at a certain time. A time range can be marked by holding down the left mouse button, selecting a range and releasing the mouse button. To return to the normal view, click the "Reset zoom" button.