In my last blog post and presentation I referenced a study, Understanding user behavior in large-scale video-on-demand systems, by Yu et al. I thought this study had some interesting analyses which could be applied to data from Vialogues. In particular I wanted to look at the relationship between the popularity of a Vialogue measured by the number of page visits and the session lengths or how long people spend on the Vialogue page.Below is the distribution of Vialogue video lengths.
Here are the slides for our presentation!This past month the research team has been working on analyzing the usage and behavior on some of our EdLab Platforms. This work will be presented during this Tuesday’s (8/29) Development and Research Meeting. We will be considering the pur...
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