Statistics – Finding the Easy Button!. An ACEware Webinar. With . Chuck Havlicek. Lauri Thompson. Today’s Agenda. The importance of data “ “ “ codes Finding them that are & aren’t Deadbeat Reports Top Dogs! Our Favorite Statistical Reports Summary & Questions.
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Performance Monitoring / Tracking Code Collection
Special 1-Reg/1-Line (Deadbeat)
Half-Life Rept 9-wk (JDI)
First Time Enrollee
First Course Registration
LERN Life HistXyr 00-09
Prior Year Growth – Year
Amount of time prior to course begin date when registrations arrived. Particularly useful for conference planning.
Answers the question: We’re six weeks from the conference – based on years past, how many more registrations can we traditionally anticipate? Or: How bad are pre-registrations (relative to last year) at NN weeks before the program?
Summarizes all registrations and singles out those that are first time enrollees
Answers the question: How many new students did we attract during the time period of ???
Can we identify seminal courses.. That tend to generate the most follow up registrations
Answers the question: What courses will generate the most long term revenue (through students taking more classes)?
Given a sample of students (from a quarter, from a class, frome ??), what were their attendance history in the time(s) before and after that sample time frame?
Answers the questions: What was the past registration history of a group? How long are we keeping students around (to enroll in subesequent terms?)
Compares current registrations to previous year(s)
Answers the question: How are we doing this (year? Quarter? Month? ) compared to prior years?
Uses a combination of JustDoIt and CODEREPT to analyze multiple code groups based on a name criteria (ie: zip code.)
Answers the question: What are the characteristics (based on selected Codes.) of particular geographic/demographic groups. Ie: Would an Italian Cooking course have enough interest on the north side of Kansas City?
Reports / Statistics / Names / Performance Sorting
Reports / Statistics / Course / Performance Sorting
Reports / Statistics / Course /
Course Data Summary
Reports / Statistics / Tracking Code (Brochure)
Answers the question: How well did a specific marketing effort succeed?
F2 & F9