To review player performance and target instruction accordingly, you can view web-based formative analysis of a game session. A subscription is required to access advanced reports. This article covers how to navigate all the data made available in web form.
Please note: Reports are intended for formative assessment purposes only. They include data for each player, such as answers submitted, points awarded, and response times. However, there is no identifiable information on players.
An advanced report consists of five core sections:
Here, you can understand how difficult your game was. You can switch to other reports of the same game (if it was hosted at different times), as well as download a basic spreadsheet report of the data.
- Accuracy: The percent of correct answers submitted.
- Haven’t finished: The number of players that didn’t, or haven’t yet answered all questions.
- Need help: The number of players whose accuracy was 35% or less.
- Difficult questions: The number of questions with a correct response of 35% or less.
Here, you can see players ranked by score. There are three leaderboards you can review:
- All: Full leaderboard of all players.
- Haven’t finished: Players who haven’t answered all questions.
- Need Help: Players whose accuracy was 35% or less.
Here, you can review accuracy and mean answer time for each question. Click on a question to see expanded details.
If you click anywhere on a question, you can preview any attached images or YouTube videos, as well as review answer options. Correct answers are indicated by a green checkmark.
You’ll also see an expanded breakdown of accuracy (correct-incorrect answer ratio).
Finally, you’ll see a chart that plots all answer times. The question’s time limit is broken up across 10 “response time” intervals (e.g.: 20 second limit = 10 x 2 second intervals).
After hosting a live game, you can click “Get results” in the top right corner of the screen. Players will be given a short feedback form to fill out. Results from their feedback will appear on-screen. Individual player feedback is not stored. But the on-screen feedback data gives you a pulse check on how your audience perceived the game and can be reviewed in reports.
Player Progress (Top 10)
This chart shows you the question-by-question progress of the top 10 players.