How do you measure #1 when talking about the #1 county using unitedstreaming in Florida? We talked about this a few blabbers ago. Brian Degenhart of our Florida Implementation team sent me some data and I’m struggling with it. Here’s what I have so far:
- Polk County has the most registered users with 2,816
- St. Lucie has the next in line at 2,375
- Collier County has third highest at 1,813
But what about log-ins? Should we look at:
- Polk County has the most 1+ logins at 2,685
- St. Lucie has the next in line at 1,840
- Collier County is third in line with 1+ logins at 1,671
- Polk County has the most 5+ log in users at 1,096
- Collier County is second with 1079
- St. Lucie is third with 5+ log in users at 910
- Collier County has 476 members logging in at 25+ times
- St. Lucie has 371 members at 25+ log ins
- Clay County has 236 members at the 25+ log ins
Now I need to find out the definition of "Active User", but here are some more results.
- Collier County has the most active users at 1200
- St. Lucie County has 1,189 active users
- Polk County has 1,113 active users
But wait, we got more data. Again, I need the definition of "Power User" as well.
- Collier County has 631 Power Users
- St. Lucie has 482 Power Users
- Clay County is third in this category at 329
Now, which data should I use? And what about these smaller districts? If we look at the percentage of teachers and compare to the number of users – well big districts might be the ones tailing after all. Data can be very sticky and easy to manipulate. But that’s okay. I found 23 videos on statistics, including Discovering Math: Statistics and Data Analysis (Grades K-2) on unitedstreaming. Seems to be my math level. Maybe I’ll get some good ideas on how to start.
(Ever notice unitedstreaming is one word, lowercase and italics? We manipulate spellings to when we want to as well.)