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The Quarterly Dashboard is a collection of indicators otherwise found in a number of different generic reports in Europa Analytics.

Daily aggregation has been used for indicators on visits in the Quarterly Dashboard, whereas the Yearly Dashboard uses monthly aggregation.

The graphs for number of visits and number of unique visitors may be used as some of the indicators used to estimate website popularity.

As the name suggests, the Quarterly Dashboard is a report that includes indicators for a three month period: the period ending on the last calendar day of the chosen month and starting the first calendar day of the month three months previously.

What is a visit?

A visit is defined as a series of page requests from the same uniquely identified client. In the Quarterly Dashboard, visits are based on site calculations. This is a different approach than the subsite calculations used in the pages report.

What is a unique visitor?

A Unique Visitor is the uniquely identified client viewing pages within a defined time period (in this case a day). A Unique Visitor counts once within the timescale. A visitor can make multiple visits. Identification is made to the visitor's computer, not the person. This is usually done via cookie and/or IP + User Agent. The same person visiting from two different computers will therefore count as two Unique Visitors.

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