To explain the metrics behind the likeliness gauge and calculation for the thresholds.
The table below details the metrics and the default thresholds for each metric.
Each metric are assigned a point from "1 to 3" depending on the thresholds specified in the Gauge Setting.
The example below helps illustrate how the calculation is done for a set of gauge settings enabled:
Tracks started: 3 tracks started -> 3 points (high)
Total time spent: 5 minutes -> 1 point (low)
Completion rate: 10% -> 1 point (low)
An average is calculated based on the average assigned points. If all three metrics are enabled, then the average is calculated as:
(3 + 1 + 1) / 3 = 1.6
The gauge’s final score will be a result of the average being rounded to the nearest integer:
0 - 1 = Low 1.0 - 2.4 = Medium 2.5 - 3 = High
The average of "1.6" is tracked as medium likeliness.