Emotional Analysis and Statistic

Using the page on emotional changes, you can analyze the journal data submitted by students. This page will explain the method and the meaning of each indicator.

Emotional Changes

When you click Emotional Changes on the student profile you will see the emotional trend chart. Please refer to Picture 1 and Picture 2.

Picture1. Click Emotional Changes

Picture 2. The chart for a 7 day interval

Emotional Analysis includes four indicators, Trends, Statistics, Distribution, and Behavior. Each indicator can display 3 days, 7 days (weekly), 30 days (monthly), or you can adjust the Start and End date. The default display is a 7 days time interval. To adjust, just click the desired parameter and click enter.

Picture 3. In the chart column, you can select the chart types

The emotional trend mainly divides into Positive and Negative based on the content of the journal. This is determined by an analysis of the journal content. The data during the time interval is presented as a graph. Please refer to Picture 2.

Various Emotions Statistics

Picture 4. The number of emotions statistics

Picture 4 is a sample diagram of the statistics related to the number of emotions. It shows the cumulative number of days for each emotion the student recorded during a specific time period.

Four Major Emotions Pie Chart

Picture 5. A pie chart of the four emotions. This pie chart divides 20 kinds of emotions into four types, allowing the teacher to more clearly observe the student's highest emotional composition during a specific time period.

Behavior Statistics

Picture 6. Behavior Statistics

This behavior graph refers to the behavior that students choose to perform at the end of each journal content. Teachers can combine the first three emotional indicators to observe whether the students needs assistance with emotional management.

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