These widgets show a variety of information, depending on which gauge you’re looking at. Most of the gauges will have three colors on their dials. Here’s what those colors indicate:
|red||Covers the range 95% of maximum to 110% of maximum hits over the period|
|orange||Covers the range 85% of maximum to 95% of maximum hits over the period|
|green||Centered at the mean hits, and extends +/- 1 standard deviation above and below|
Values displayed, as well as the positions on the dial, are rounded to the nearest integer when the quantity is an integer valued one.
This widget shows the average hits/hour over the entire time period in question in the “Avg” gauge and the projected hits/hour for the current hour in the “Hits/Hr” gauge. Options include:
|last24_gauges||items||A comma separated list indicating which gauges to show. It can contain the values:
|These work as in other widgets. Note that the gauges will align either vertically or horizontally depending on the width and height of the container. This alignment happens automatically.|
The projected hits/hr are computed using the previous hour’s hits along with those of the current hour. The equation looks like:
currentMinutes = (new Date()).getMinutes(); currentHph = hits we've received this hour; previousHph = hits received in the previous hour; projectedHph = ((currentMinutes*currentHph) + (60-currentMinutes)*previousHph)/60;
This widget shows the current number of viewers or the total number of actions they’ve taken. For example, if you have 10 viewers and they each have viewed 3 pages, the gauge rendered with items=’viewers’ will indicate 10 and the gauge rendered by items=’actions’ will indicate 30.
|live_gauge||items||One of either “viewers” or “actions”|