UseMyStats has simplified the world of statistics, but there are some terms that you should know going into tracking your stats with us. We'll define them here!

Click on the image next to the definition for an example.

BASIC DEFINITIONS

These are the more common terms you'll see around the UseMyStats website.

 BUNDLE A collection of things wrapped up together.UseMyStats offers pre-created packages of stats in several commonly used categories such as Sales, Finance, Business and more. Click here to view our Stat Bundles!

 DATE RANGE A number of dates that includes a start date, finish date and all the days in between.The image here shows a stat on a graph for the date range May 17, 2019 - July 19, 2019.

 ENTRY An item written or put into something. In UseMyStats, an entry would be the number or amount for a stat on a particular date.If you made \$15,000 the week of June 28, 2019. You would make an entry for that week of \$15,000.Click here to enter values for your stats.Help Article: How to Enter Stats

 GRAPH A visual representation of a stat, usually in the form of dots and lines to visually show the values.Please see the examples to the right of a stat with and without a graph.

 GRAPHING The action of putting or modifying a statistic on a graph making the data and progress of the stat viewable.

 GROUP UseMyStats defines a Group as two or more statistics that have something in common. Groups are especially useful when you have several stats and need to either enter values quickly or sort through stats you need to see on a graph. For example, your Income stat and Expenses stat could be put into a a Group called Finance.Video Tutorial: How to Create a Stat Group

 QUOTA A goal in the form of a number or amount.A company could have an income quota of \$24,000 for the month of July, but they made \$100,000 for that month instead. In this scenario, they would have made well above their quota. Help article: How to Enter Quotas

 SCALE The highest and lowest amount (and all amounts in between that exist for a stat).For example, a weekly Income stat could have a scale where the lowest amount ever earned in a week was \$950 and the highest amount ever earned in a week was \$35,000. The graph would create a line to show those amounts with any other amounts in between.

 STAT (Statistic) A number or amount compared to an earlier number or amount of the same thing.A stat without a graph is numbers with corresponding text.Help Article: How to Create a Stat

 TIME PERIOD UseMyStats defines a Time Period as the frequency in which stat values are entered. Basically, the time between value entries. You may enter stats Daily, Weekly, Monthly, Quarterly and Yearly.

 TRACKING The action of following something. In the case of stats, you can follow (track) your stats to see how they're looking in order to determine your next move.

 VALUE A number or amount.