Analyzing results from Your Data

You can download all of the data from your Project by going to Analyze > Your Data, and pressing Request your Data:


After clicking this option we will send all of the data from this Project to you in a CSV file via email (the data may take a few minutes to collect before the email is sent).

Note: You will only be able to create a new CSV file in your account once every 8 hours. You will be able to download it subsequent times after clicking Request your Data and this will provide you with the file that has been generated for the current period of time.



Reading the data contained within the CSV file


A learner will be issued a unique registration number for each session. One learner may have multiple registrations if they have accessed the course more than once.


This is the unique project ID found in the URL both in Author and in online link releases.

For example, the URL for the online link release of the demo How Well Do You Know Elucidat quiz is:

The section shown in bold is the project code.


This is the project name, found in the Configure tab of the project:



Using the same example URL as above, the unique release code is shown in bold here:

The section shown in bold is the release code.

If you have multiple releases, this can help you identify which release has been accessed. The unique code of each release can be found on the Release page of your project:



When creating a new release you have the option to add a note:


These will be shown in the release_description column.


If you have used the re-release feature, then a release will have multiple versions. This will allow you to identify which version was accessed.

You can see the current release version on the Release page of your project:



Elucidat offers four different Release Modes.

This column will show the following for each release type:

  • SCORM package for Learning Management Systems - SCORM
  • Online (Public) - online-public
  • Online (Private) - online-private
  • Offline backup SCORM package - offline-backup


This column will display a unique ID for each learner. While a learner may have multiple registration numbers, their learner_user_id will remain the same.


Note: This data varies depending on the Release type
  1. SCORM package for Learning Management Systems - Learner's email address (provided by LMS)
  2. Online (Public) - no data displayed
  3. Online (Public) with Learner Identification feature switched on - Learner's email address
  4. Online (Private) - Learner's email address (provided by LMS)
  5. Offline backup SCORM package - Learner's email address (provided by LMS)


Note: This data varies depending on the Release type
  • SCORM package for Learning Management Systems - Learner's name (provided by LMS)
  • Online (Public) - no data displayed
  • Online (Public) with Learner Identification feature switched on - name as provided by the Learner
  • Online (Private) - Learner's name (provided by LMS)
  • Offline backup SCORM package - Learner's name (provided by LMS)


This will indicate when a learner started a session.


This column will show how many times this learner has attempted the course before their final score was recorded.

Tip: This will only be recorded if the course is accessed via a SCORM package.



If the learner has completed the course then the date of completion will show here.

This is also displayed in the Your Data dashboard:



This will display a 0 if the learner did not complete the course in this session, and a 1 if they did.

In the Your Data dashboard this will also be indicated by a tick  or a cross :



This will display the learner's total score for the course.

It will also show in the Your Data dashboard:



If your course contains Question pages, the data concerning these will follow this column.

5982fe23b7aff-p1570478197e[:]question 1- p1570478197e

This is an example of how a question page column header will be structured. This is made up of three unique parts:


The answers will display differently depending on the question types. Here are a few examples of these.

Drag and Drop


Multiple Response

Multiple Response questions will display a separate column for each question. The column header will display as the example above, with an additional field showing question-1, question-2 etc. to identify the relevant question in the project:

59ce1fe607657-p157047a04ca-question-3[:]Multiple Response - p157047a04ca- question-3

Each column will then display the answer in two parts, the answer column, and the answer title:






Image Grid


Learner Text Input

A Learner Text Input survey will display the text you enter as the unique name as the column header:


The text entered by the learner will then display in the column.

Tip: If you plan to use the Your Data feature, you will want to think about how questions will be displayed when naming your pages so that they are easily identifiable later.



Each question page column will be followed by a page_score column for that page. This will show the learner's score depending on the score weighting set.

For example, with a score weighting of 50, a correct score would show here as 50, a partially correct score would show as 25, and an incorrect score would show as 0.

This can also be seen in the Your Data dashboard by clicking the magnifying glass under the Answer section to reveal the question data:


To find out more about scoring and how score weighting can affect a score, see Feature Focus: Progress and Score.

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