Report Details

There are ten different reports that are available either immediately, through the On-demand Report page, or on a repeated and scheduled basis, through the Scheduled Report page. Each retrieves different sets of information.

For example, the Country Comparison Over Time report displays a graph showing the number of incidents per country for the top N number of countries over a specified date range. Administrators can specify the number of countries to include and the specific countries to include as well. Dates are displayed along the horizontal axis. Incident counts are displayed along the vertical axis scaled logarithmically. This report is only available in PDF format.

Figure 85: Report Details

Report Details

Note: Please note the logarithmic scale on the vertical axis. The distance between hash marks on the graph vary. For instance the hash marks between 1 and 10 increase by 1 each time (1, 2, 3, and so on). The hash marks between 10 and 100 increase by 10 (10, 20, 30, and so on). The hash marks between 100 and 1000 increase by 100 (100, 200, 300, and so on). It is used in the graph above, and in others described below, because the counts can vary widely and displaying them with a logarithmic scale will allow them to be compressed into a more readable format. For instance if the graph above was displayed without a such a scale most of the detail between the 1 and 10 hash marks would be compressed to the point where it would not be readable, as in the graph below.

Figure 86: Report Details, View

Report Details, View

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