wiki:Software/Manual/GraphFunctions

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Per-event type Graphing Functions

Introduction

When using the Graphing or Graph Wizard functionality, you can choose to perform particular functions on the data. These functions are specific to particular event types, and this page lists all functions currently available, broken down by event type.

Index

  1. EZproxy Authentication Events
  2. JUSP Aggregated Events
  3. Shibboleth IdP Authentication Events
  4. Shibboleth SP Authentication Events


Details

EZproxy Authentication Events

  • Count Entry
    • Simply counts the number of events, broken down into the specified number of intervals. For example, if the period chosen was Last Year, and the number of intervals was 52, then each segment on the graph would equate to one week.
  • Group by Field
    • Groups by the choosen field. For example, if the group by field chosen was "principleInformation.school", then each segment on the graph would equate to every department with events in the chosen time period.

JUSP Aggregated Events

  • Institution
    • The three letter JUSP code for your institution. This should be automatically filled in by Raptor Web using the JUSP code from the JUSP data in your Raptor MUA.

Shibboleth IdP Authentication Events

  • Count Entry
    • Simply counts the number of events, broken down into the specified number of intervals. For example, if the period chosen was Last Year, and the number of intervals was 52, then each segment on the graph would equate to one week.
  • Group by Field
    • Groups by the choosen field. For example, if the group by field chosen was "principleInformation.school", then each segment on the graph would equate to every department with events in the chosen time period.

Shibboleth SP Authentication Events

  • Count Entry
    • Simply counts the number of events, broken down into the specified number of intervals. For example, if the period chosen was Last Year, and the number of intervals was 52, then each segment on the graph would equate to one week.
  • Group by Field
    • Groups by the choosen field. For example, if the group by field chosen was "principleInformation.school", then each segment on the graph would equate to every department with events in the chosen time period.