Reports are available to account administrators.

Reports are accessed via the My Accounts page. Account administrators have a Dashboard tab and a Reports tab on their My Account page.

The Usage Report provides a tabular listing usage by title. The Usage Report is located on the Reports tab. For details on the Usage Report, click here.

The Dashboard provides key account statistics, as well as graphic representations of usage.
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Top Subjects

Each film of Docuseek2 is assigned to one or more subjects. Docuseek2 uses a custom subject tree, which may be viewed on the Advanced Search page or on the home page. The Top Subjects counts the views assigned to the Docuseek2 24 top level subjects. Since a film may be assigned to multiple subjects, e.g. "Environment" and "Geography", one title view may be counted in multiple subjects.

Views / Impressions / Seconds

The Views / Impressions / Seconds graph shows usage over time. An impression occurs when a video is loaded into a player, which occurs when a user visits a film page. Other vendors may call this a "page load". A view occurs when a user clicks on the Play button on a player. It means the user has started to watch a film. Other vendors may call this a "play". Seconds indicates how much time viewers played a film. Click the appropriate Views / Impressions / Seconds button to switch between the graphs.

Key Statistics

The Key Statistics section includes the following statistics:
  • Total impressions: This statistic provides an indication of how many times your users are visiting Docuseek2 film pages.
  • Total views: A "view" occurs when a user clicks on the Play button on a player. It means the user has started to watch a film. Other vendors may call this a "play".
  • Views/Impressions: The Views/Impressions ratio provides an indication of how readily a user starts to watch a film after landing on the film's page.
  • Total seconds viewed: Total seconds viewed measures the total time users spent watching Docuseek2 films.
  • Average seconds per view: Average seconds per view indicates the average amount of time a user spent watching a Docuseek2 film.
  • Cumulative percent of film viewed: The Cumulative percent of film viewed represents the total seconds viewed divided by the length of the film times the number of views of that title. It provides an overall indication of how much of the films that were viewed was watched. If all users viewed every film they watched in its entirety, the number would 100%. If every user who viewed Docuseek2 films watched exactly one half of each film, then the number would be 50%.
  • Titles licensed: Indicates the total number of Docuseek2 titles that your users can view.
  • Titles with impressions: Times with impressions indicates how many titles have impressions -- how many title pages were visited by your users.
  • Titles WITHOUT impressions: Shows how many Docuseek2 title pages have not been visited by your users.
  • Percent of titles with impressions: Percent of titles with impressions shows the percent of Docuseek2 title pages that have been visited by your users.
  • Titles viewed: The number of different titles viewed during the selected time period.
  • Titles WITHOUT views: The number of licensed titles that have not been viewed.
  • Percent of titles viewed: The percent of licensed titles that have been viewed.
  • Date range: The number of days in the selected date range.
  • License fee: The license fee indicates the license fees paid for the selected term, which may be adjusted from the amount billed. Note that we often adjust the fee we track internally so that they can be accurately assigned to titles for royalty purposes. For example, for our Life of File EBA program, only a portion of the amount invoiced will be assigned to the first year of the program, to ensure that all films that you have access to are allocated some portion of the revenue.
  • Approximate $/view: The license fee multiplied by the percent of term covered by the selected date range divided by the number of views. So if the selected period is 30 days, and the license term is 1000 days, and the license fee is $10,000, and there were 50 views, the Approximate $/view would be calculated as ($10000 x 30/1000)/50 = $6 per view.

Note: The Usage Report displays almost real-time access data. The Dashboard data uses compiled data that is updated on a daily basis, so any usage on the current date will not be available yet.