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When choosing these, you will have to choose from the ​Scope​ drop-down. The scope of the report frame determines what data you wish to include. Additionally, because of the nature of the question types, they are associated with different scopes:

  • ●  For S​tar​ and ​Histogram​ reports, scope options are R​un,​ ​Program,​ and A​ll Time​:
    • ○  A “run” report shows a count-based summary of responses in that run, orschedule, of the program.
    • ○  A “program” report shows a count-based summary of responses for all runs of agiven program. For example, if you ran a quarterly program, this scope wouldinclude all data from current and past quarters.
    • ○  An “all time” scope means that you are reporting back to the user how theyresponded against every other time this question was answered.
  • ●  For​ Model Scoring​ reports, scope options are U​ser​, P​rogram,​ and A​ll Time​:
    • ○  The use of “user” reflects the fact that Model scores are specific to individual users, and do not combine or reveal scores from others.
    • ○  “Program” and “all time” scopes work similarly to that for Star and Histogram reports.
  • ●  For E​ssay​ reports, scope options are ​User,​ S​cheduled Program​, P​rogram,​ and ​All Time​:

    ○ A “user” run only show each user their essay, and only their essay, in a given run. This option allows for users to provide text responses that they know will not be seen by other users; this is good for the transmission of potentially sensitive information.

  • ○  A “scheduled program” scope is similar to a “run” scope in Star and
    Histogram reports. This shows all responses to a given Essay question in a single run of a program.
  • ○  “Program” and “all time” scopes work similarly to that for Star, Histogram, and Model Scoring reports.

● For F​ill-in-the-Blank​ and ​Model Time Series r​eports, Thrive provides the greatest number of scopes for maximum design and reporting flexibility. Scopes options are ​User Schedule​, User Program, ​User All Time ​, ​Group Schedule , Group Program, ​and Group All Time ​.

  • ○  “User” and “group” refers to whether the report will show responses from the user only, or whether it will include responses from the group, respectively.
  • ○  “Schedule”, “program” and “all time” refer to whether the data should be taken from the current scheduled run of the program, all runs of the programs, or from all times in any program, respectively.

Star reports shows responses from Scale star questions. The report shows both the user’s star response, as well as the average responses in that run, program, or across all time. It looks like this: 

Histogram reports show a count of the ways in which a question was answered. This report type is available for both scale and multiple choice questions. For each report you then select the specific question you want to reflect back on. Next, choose the display type: bar or pie chart. Histogram reports show both the user’s score, as well as the set of responses from others from the run, program, or all time. 


A bar chart display looks like this: 

A pie chart display looks like this:

Essay reports show the responses from the Essay question type. For each report, you select the specific Essay question you would like to see the responses to.  Additionally, you choose whether to report only the specific user’s response or their response along with others in the run, program, or across all time. 

Fill Blank ​reports show the responses from the Fill Black question type. For each report you select the specific Fill Blank question you would like to see the responses to. In terms of scope, you must choose to report responses at the user level, or to include the group’s responses, as well. Additionally, you must choose whether to display data from that run of the program, from all scheduled runs of that program, or across all time for that question.

Model Time Series and Model Scoring reports show responses to questions that are explicitly associated with an Attribute or Index model. As a reminder, Attribute models are the way that the Thrive Platform keeps track of, and summarizes, groups of questions that are (or may be) related to each other. Index models are a simple way to combine multiple attributes and see a summary score based on the composite index you’ve created. 

Model Time Series report shows you a series of responses to questions attached to a specific Attribute model (exs., Confidence, Positivity). The Thrive platform is able to provide Model Time Series reports for both Scale and Multiple Choice questions. 

A Model Time Series report looks like this: 

Model Scoring reports show you a summary of responses to questions attached to an Attribute model, or to a number of models, in the case of Index Model Scoring reports. The Thrive platform is able to provide Model Scoring reports for both Scale and Multiple Choice questions. 

An Attribute Model Scoring report, showing the average score on Thrive’s Mindful Observing model, looks like this: 

An Index Model Scoring report, showing the average score on the Thrive Mindfulness Index, looks like the following. Note that clicking “show more” reveals the scores for the individual Attribute models that make up the Index:

Expertise reports are currently under development.

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