Rolling Averages Burn Factor Report

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Printed Rolling Averages Burn Factor report

 

The Rolling Averages Reports allow you to specify a start and end date for your report.  This effectively puts all song scores for that date range into the same cycle.  This way, you can compare and contrast results over any period you desire.

 

If you run this report for the last month, or even the last couple of weeks, you will see a much larger sample than if you just looked at this week's results.  A larger sample means a lower margin of error, and less wobble in your results.  You can even run report this report at the end of the year, for the entire year, and get a print out of the best testing songs for the entire year in descending order.

 

There are several Rolling Averages Reports.  Rolling Average By Burn Factor sorts the results in descending order of Burn, with the most burned songs at the top.  Burn Factor is calculated based on the number of scores each song has during the period you're analyzing.  For example, if you're running the report for 90 days, one song may only have 50 scores, but another that has been tested throughout that 90 day period has 1,200 scores.  The Burn Factor for each song will be represented as the percentage of people that said they were tired of each song, based on the scores for each; 50 and 1,200 respectively in this case.