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Reviewer statistics

The Relativity Reviewer Statistics scripts report on the efficiency of reviewers over the specified date range. The returned statistics provide a count on how many documents were reviewed over a certain period of time. Time zone of the reviewers must be specified in order for the report to accurately account for reviewers in different time zones.

The returned statistics provide a count of how many documents were reviewed over a certain period of time. For simple coding fields like textbox, radio button, drop down, etc., edit tracking occurs when a user clicks Save, or Save and Next. For example, when a user commits coding changes.

You can use the following scripts to generate this information:

  • Reviewer Statistics – use this script to generate a report that lists the system admins.
  • Reviewer Statistics – No System Administrators – use this script to generate a report that does not include system admins.

Inputs

Enter the following field information:

  • Reviewer Time Zone – The reviewer time zone for which you wish to report on.
  • Start Date – the start date for which you wish to report on.
  • End Date – the end date for which you wish the report on.
  • Include Additional Action – set this field to add statistics for Mass Edits and Propagation.
  • Downtime threshold (minutes) – this field calculates the Total Usage Time metric and uses the SessionIdentifier column to group the audit actions by user, when the SessionIdentifier column has NULL values. It also determines whether two audits belong to the same group of action. If the difference between the two actions is less than the Downtime threshold, that time will add up to the Total Usage metric; if it’s greater than the Downtime threshold, only two minutes will count for these two actions (one minute for each action).
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