How is the likeliness gauge is calculated?
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.