Once you run AI Reports on your video or audio file, you can view the reports one at a time next to the video or audio viewer on the web version of Sibme. Additionally, you can interact with certain reports to get additional information connected to the reports.
Who is this article for?
Based on the default user settings in the Sibme platform, you should have permission to complete this task if you are one of the user levels listed below. If you do not see the screens in this article, you can ask your Sibme account administrator if you have permission.
Steps to complete this task
To navigate to each AI Report available in your report configuration, click the arrow buttons at the top of the AI Reports tab, or select the report you wish to view from the dropdown list.
Types of AI Reports
AI Reports fall into three categories; descriptions and interactivity for each report are listed below.
Timeline charts are shown with minutes on the X axis of the chart and quantities of activities on the Y axis. Hovering over the chart will display a vertical line aligned to a specific time. Clicking on the vertical line will also take you to that moment in the video or audio file so you can view or hear what’s going on during that point in the AI chart.
In some cases, if you click on any of the bars in timeline charts, further data will display under the chart. This information provides the details, including the time-stamp and transcription of the section you clicked on.
Pie Charts show an overall analysis of data in a report. You can hover over each slice of the pie to view the percentage of overall time taken up by each slice. In some cases, if you click on any of the slices of pie charts, further data will display under the chart. This information provides the details, including the time-stamp and transcription of the slice you clicked on.
There are two types of bar charts in AI Reports.
Side-by-side bar charts: these charts often show the relationship of a single category of data. The X-axis of the chart describes the categories and the Y-axis indicates quantities.
Stacked Bar Charts: these charts show the relationship of multiple types of data. Stacked bar charts are also time-line charts. The X axis indicates time and the Y axis indicates the count of a certain activity. If a bar has two colors, each color represents a different category. For example, in the image below, The blue portion of each bar indicates questions asked by students and the orange bar indicates questions asked by the teacher. The numbers in each color correspond to that category. The sum of those numbers can be determined by the height of the bar compared to the Y-axis on the chart.
In some cases, if you click on any of the bars in timeline charts, further data will display under the chart. This information provides details, including the time-stamp and transcription of the section you clicked on. Both parts of a stacked bar chart will display in the details under a stacked bar chart.