Radar utilises various metrics to provide you with comprehensive insights into your listening data. In this article, you will find the definitions and calculations for these metrics as they are used in Radar. 

Key Metrics

Key metrics are essential measurements that aid in understanding audio delivery analytics.

Unique UsersUsersCalculated based on the unique IP and User-Agent combination of a listener.
Active SessionsASNumber of Unique Sessions that are active in the selected time period.

A Unique Session is calculated by combining the Unique User identifier with the content being accessed.
Session StartsSSNumber of Unique Sessions started in the selected time period.
Total Listening HoursTLHTotal number of audio hours consumed by listeners for the time period selected.
Average Time Spent ListeningATSLThe average duration of audio consumed by listeners. This is calculated by dividing TLH by the Active Sessions.
Listen-Through RateLTRThis metric relates to Podcasts only.

LTR represents the number of sessions that were listened to in their entirety.
Average Active Sessions (per hour)AASThis metric is calculated by dividing the TLH by the number of hours in the time period selected.
Bounce RateBounceOnly available in All sessions.

The percentage of sessions shorter than 1 minute. 

It is important to take note that by default, Radar displays data on Qualified sessions (sessions lasting more than one minute, excluding bots). To view all sessions, please make the appropriate selection as seen below: