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Generate Program Statistics

Statistics are the visual representation of your program's registration data, providing valuable insights about program participation. With just a few clicks you can transform your registrations into bar charts, pie charts, and timeline graphs to easily visualize things such as participation and dollar value within and among your programs.

Here are just a few examples of how you can use statistics to analyze program participation:

  • Compare participation for your programs from one year to the next 
  • View peak registration periods from first sign-up to last 
  • Easily create Title IX reports for sports programs 
  • Visualize the revenue contribution among your programs

How to Generate Program Statistics

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Log in to FamilyID, hover over the ' Reports' tab in the blue navigation bar and select ' Statistics' in the drop-down navigation.

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This will bring you to the 'Statistics' page. Select the blue ' Generate Statistics' button which will allow you to generate a statistics report.

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Create a title for your statistics report and then choose ' Select Programs' to set a filter.

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Select the programs and sections you would like included on your charts and select the blue ' Save' button.

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Set how you would like the data broken down. For example, selecting ' Sections' will use your program's sections as the chart's data values. Selecting ' Section Options' would utilize section options.

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Select ' Show Labels' and ' Show Key' if you'd like your charts to include this information. 

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Finally, under ' Select charts to display' select each chart you'd like to see. When complete, choose the blue ' Save & View' button.

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You'll now see a Bar chart, Pie chart, Timeline, and Table breaking down the data you've selected by registration count. Toggle over to 'Dollar Value', to visualize this data broken down by Dollar Amount.

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