When viewing the workplace analytics from the workplace dashboard, you can access metrics that help summarize your data.

# Analytics Preview

The top of the workplace analytics shows a preview of your analytics - a summarized version that quantifies the following metrics based on the time-range you’ve selected.

WORKPLACE ANALYTICS - CRE METRICS

UTILIZATION & STAYS CHART

**UTILIZATION**

Utilization or "Activity", is a standard rate that is defined by taking the total occupancy (minutes) and dividing it into the total time (minutes).

Utilization is generated when a human interacts with a space or seat where our sensor(s) are located. This data is collected at 1-minute intervals but is viewed on the app in 30-minute buckets. The resolution of this data can be adjusted by using the Interval settings of 1, 5, 10, 15, or 30-minute, etc. buckets.

**STAYS**

Below the Utilization metric is the **Stay **duration. This is the average length of time a worker is seated at the selected locations, across the entire amount of selected time. For example, a stay might be 120 minutes— represented by the number of times a worker used the seat for an uninterrupted 120 minutes.

OCCUPANCY CHART

**OCCUPANCY**

Of a selection, this is the number of seats occupied **simultaneously**. This is a great metric for determining how many people use a space at the same time — for example, use this to estimate the average number of workers in a room.

PEAK CHART

**PEAK**

A **Peak** is an event —date/time—in which the most number of seats were simultaneously occupied. Peaks are represented by a percentage of the total capacity (of selected seats). Use the peak to determine a specific high time. Peaks can also be seen by looking at the activity bar chart to visually identify high points of activity.

VACANCIES CHART

**VACANCIES (INACTIVE WORKPOINTS)**

The vacancy metric is defined by how many seats remained completely vacant throughout the time range. This is defined by seats that have an average activity of less than 5%. Use vacancies to quickly glean the number of seats that are severely underutilized.

# Interactive Charts

The lower section of the WorkPlace Analytics provides interactive charts that can be used to select specific subsets of data.

ACTIVITY OVER TIME CHART

**DATE RANGE**

This long-range chart will display the full date range that you’ve selected (or the default). This can be used to filter out specific dates/time of activity by dragging over a selection.

**GROUP SIZE**

The group size is a visualization of how the total utilization is broken into various sizes of groups. This allows you to see, of the time used, what number of occupants represented that utilization figure.

**DAILY**

The daily Activity chart lets you compare all week days against one another. Each day can be included or removed by clicking the day — doing so will recalculate all of your results.

PEAK TABLE - BREAK DOWN OF EVENTS & FREQUENCY

**PEAK ACTIVITY - DETAIL**

This table lists the peak activity events throughout the course of your date/time selection. The table also includes the number of peaks that have occurred within 10% & 33% of this peak - giving you an indication of how many of the days selected also exhibited similar peaks. Each peak is given for the corresponding interval. *For example, if you have a peak of 50%, and 75% of days are within 10%, that means 75% of your days are between 45-50%.*