Active User graph

Hi 

Can you explain the logic of this graph? (see attached)

For example, how is it averaged?

 

 

 

 

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    Hey Barnaby!

    On the graph, each point is not an average. Averages are only those big numbers.

    If you hover on 1st September - then you will get:

    Daily - User count for that day.

    Weekly - User count for that day + 6 days before (Please note if you sum numbers for daily  - you won't get the same number because some users might be unique for the day, but they might come in different days, so count only once for a week)

    Monthly - User count that day + 29 days before. Then for those big numbers, we sum numbers for each day and divide by point count.

    The chosen period in the image is 30 days. So it would be the sum of 30 values and then divided by 30.

    I hope this helps.

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  • Hi Barnaby! As you can see there are points for each day on the graph. So
    Average value === Sum all values on graph divided by point count.

    Feel free to ask more questions about this feature, we'll be happy to help :)

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  • Could you illustrate that with an example:

    e.g. is it something like this correct

    In graph from 1st September to 1st November.

    At start of a graph September 1st:

    average monthly active users ((is it total users from 1st August to 1st September) / 30)
    average weekly active users ((is it total users from 25th August to 1st September) / 7)
    average daily active users (is it total users on 1st September) / 1

    then on September 4th:

    average monthly active users ((is it total users from 4th August to 4th September) / 30)
    average weekly active users ((is it total users from 28th August to 4th September) / 7)
    average daily active users (is it total users on 1st September) / 1

     

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