The Cycle Trends Report allows you to compare test results for songs for (up to) 13 test cycles in a row. Any cycle(s) for which there are no scores for a particular song will be blank, but the Cycle Trends Report is useful in spotting overall movement in Familiarity, Positive Acceptance and Burn for songs tested over a long period of time.
Before you can run the Cycle Trends Report, however, you must configure it. The report is able to print test score results for up to 6 bands of respondent subgroups. While you will probably want one of the groups to reflect total audience (all persons surveyed), you can use the other bands to break down Males, Females, specific demo cells, and even use a Report Profile to filter a subset of respondents for that band, such as your P1's or your competitor's cumers, etc.
Configuring Cycle Trends Report
To program the Cycle Trends Report, simply select the demo range (one or more contiguous demo cells you're testing), gender and a Report Profile, if you desire. If you don't have 6 bands of different demo, gender or Report Profile breaks you wish to see, simply click the Hide box to the far left for that band, and the band will be hidden (no information will print in that part of the report).
You should only hide band(s) at the bottom.
That is to say, if you have 4 bands of information you wish to print, you should use the first four bands, and hide Bands 5 and 6. Hiding bands at the top, or in the middle, of the report will not produce any problems, it will just make your report harder to read, and not as aesthetically pleasing to the eye, due to large blocks of white space at the top, or in the middle, of the report.