**Table of Contents**

**About This Tutorial**

The practice log feature comes with data that you can view for each student. This data keeps track of information such as total time practiced, total days practiced, a chart comparing minutes practiced on each date, and more. For example:

*Note: The teacher, parent, and student all have access to this data. The teacher will see all of their students' practice data. The parent will only see the data for their children. The students will only see their own practice log data.*

This tutorial will show you, the teacher, where the practice log data is kept. And what that data tells you.

# **Where to View Practice Log Data**

In your Practice Log area, there are two places where data is kept:

On the main Practice Log page where you see who the top practicers are.

In each student's practice log page.

**Top Practicers List**

This list will show you who has practiced during the time frame you have set.

Click on

**Students**>**Practice Log**.In the upper right hand corner of the page is the

**Top Practicers by Skill**list.

This will show you who has logged a practice time within the time frame specified. In this example, the time frame is between 5/16/2022 to 5/20/2022.

*Note: If you wish to change the time frame see: Change Practice Log Time Frame tutorial.*

**Student's Practice Log Page**

You can dive deeper in each student's practice log data. Let's say you want to know how one of your students did this week.

Click on

**Students**>**Practice Log**.In the

**Active Students**tab, find and click on the**name of the student**whose data you wish to view. In this example, we will choose Johnathan Williams.Double check that you are viewing the data for the time frame you want. In this case we are.

*Note: If you want to change the time frame, see: Change Practice Log Time Frame tutorial.*

Scroll down a bit and you will see the practice log data for this student.

**This is where the data is located. So, what does this data tell you?**

**What the Practice Log Data Tells You**

The practice log data helps you to see how often and for how long your students practice. Let's take a closer look at Johnathan Williams' practice log data.

** First,** set the time frame you want to see your data from. In this example, it is a 5 day time frame. This will set the number of days Duet will use in the data calculations.

*Note: If you wish to change the time frame see: Change Practice Log Time Frame tutorial.*

**Totals**

Johnathan's totals tell you that he has practiced 4 days this week, for a total of 285 minutes (4 hours 45 minutes).

**Average Minutes Practiced Per Session**

This calculation takes the total number of minutes Johnathan practiced and divides it by the total number of days practiced.

In this example, he practiced a total of 285 minutes over the course of 4 different days.

**Average Minutes Practiced Per Day**

This calculation takes the total number of minutes practice and divides it by the number of days your time frame is set to.

In this example, the time frame is set to 5 days. And the number of total minutes practiced is 285.

**Average Minutes Practiced Per Day (When Practiced)**

This calculation takes the total minutes practiced and divides it by the number of practice logs.

In this example, the student has a total of 285 minutes practiced over the span of 4 practice logs.

**Chart**

This chart gives you a quick look at how long and how often the student practiced, according to the time frame you set. In this example, the time frame is set from May 16th - May 20th.

The chart below shows you that Johnathon practiced more during the beginning and end of the week than he did during the middle of the week.

*Note: The X axis are days. The Y axis are minutes. *