Range Report

What is a Range Report?

The Range report visualizes change between measure values. It’s perfect to view change of performance measures (e.g., KPIs, competencies, or assessment scores) before and after training, and it can also be used to visualize learners’ engagement with video.rangeheader.png

Who can use this feature?
 User Types
Any user with access to the report builder (Global AdminsArea Admins, and some Users) can edit a Range report. All users can view a Range report.
Available on paid plans (AnalystCLO, and Enterprise).
Anybody (both beginners and experts) can use this feature.

Creating and Editing a Range Report

Use the report builder to create new Range reports and to configure existing Range reports.

Range Report Filters and Options

Beyond the typical report builder filters and options, the Range report provides options that are unique to the Range report.

Range Filter

When setting up a new Range report or configuring an existing Range report, click Range in the filter menu: rangeselection.png

In the Range filter, you’ll use the different menu items to customize your report:


On the Organized menu, you’ll choose what you’d like to rank on the Range report. Choose an option from the Organized menu and the rows or columns on the Range report will be what you’ve chosen.

For example, if you choose By Person in the Organized menu, your Range report will be organized by people (each row or column will be a person): organizedbyperson.png


On the Measures menu, you’ll choose which measures you’d like to visualize on the Range report. You must choose two measures for the Range report—the first measure chosen will be the first number for each range displayed, and the second measure chosen will be the second. If the difference between the two measure values is negative, the Range report will display a red bar instead of the default color.

 Related: What are Measures?

For example, if you choose By Person in the Organized menu, and choose the custom measures Pre Score and Post Score, the Range report will show the difference between the Pre Score and Post Score for each person:measuresrange.png

To choose measures for the Range reports, choose two from the Select a Measure menu and click the Add Measure button next to the menu. The first measure chosen will represent the "starting" measure and the second will represent the "ending" measure. To deselect a measure, click the X next to the Measure in the Measures section.


The Orientation menu controls whether the Range report displays horizontal or vertical bars.

Here are is an example of horizontal orientation:horizontal.pngHere are is an example of vertical orientation:vertical.png

Default Sort

With Default Sort, choose how you want your report to be sorted when users first load it. Report viewers can still sort as they need when viewing the report.defaultsort.png

Average Bar

The Average Bar shows the change between the average values of each measure:range-report-average-bar.png

With the Average Bar option, choose if you want to show the Average Bar on your Range Report. Choose the Include option to show the Average Bar. Choose Don't Include to remove the Average Bar:averagebaroptions.png

An example with the Average Bar included:averageinclude.pngAn example with the Average Bar not included:averagedontinclude.png

Advanced Configuration

 Advanced configuration is designed to be used by expert users who understand JSON and the properties of xAPI statements.

 Related: Check out our Advanced Configuration guide for more information on customizing your reports.

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