The following are terms used in the CardioLog user interface:

A scheduled report that is created and distributed once a day/week/month. The report includes several widgets, and can be viewed in CardioLog Report Center or by going directly to the report’s URL address.


Unlike scheduled reports, the real time preview is available by running ad-hoc queries directly on CardioLog database. This feature is available for analysts who wish to view reports for a specific time.

 Real Time Preview

Templates can be defined for any object type in the monitored environment (e.g. Area, Site, List, etc.). Each template includes several widgets (similar to a report). A user can view real time data for a specific object in Object Explorer by selecting a report template from a pre-defined list of templates. CardioLog is shipped with several templates for each object type.


This is a visual component that displays the results of a query. There are several types of components:
Meter - a gauge component which displays a single value.
Chart - a graph component which displays data over time (trend).
Table - a tabular component which displays a list of data.
Map – a map component which displays geo data.


Metric refers to the query results contained in the widget (such as number of page views for a site, top search terms, etc.)


Object Explorer contains a hierarchal list of the objects which are monitored by CardioLog. The Professional edition includes all objects in the Microsoft SharePoint environment.

In the Enterprise edition, Object Explorer includes other portals and applications. Object Explorer represents the hierarchal structure upon which CardioLog performs the various query aggregations (for instance, number of page views for a site and its sub sites).

 Object Explorer

Report data for a selected item in Object Explorer (the selected item home page).

 Home Page ("Specific" mode)

Report data for a selected item and all children items in Object Explorer (the selected item and all its sub-items).

 All Pages ("Aggregated" mode)

A collection of objects in Object Explorer which were selected by the user for real time preview.


The number of times the page or document was viewed.


A visit is a series of SharePoint page requests from the same uniquely identified client with a time of no more than 30 minutes between each page request. 


The number of single visitors as identified by login information, or an anonymous cookie, or IP address.

 Unique Users

The average time (in seconds) spent on a web page within a specific item or level of the portal hierarchy.


The percentage of times a specific SharePoint page was the last page in a visit to the web site.

 Exit Rate

The percentage of visitors who see only one page during a visit to your site.

 Bounce Rate

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