The columns are more or less self-explaining. If you want the details underlying each column, you can check the expressions (which are often extremely straightforward) and the script code. Everything is log file-based.
- Sessions = number of client sessions started in the selected period for a particular document
- User selections = number of selections made by a particular user in a particular document during that period
- Avg selections = avg number of selections made in a single session in that period
- Avg duration = avg duration of a single session in that period
- MBytes Sent+Rec'd = millions of bytes sent and received during all sessions for this document in the selected period
- Session Calls = Number of QlikView calls during the all sessions (bidirectional) during that same period
There is an almost one-to-one correspondence between those columns and the base columns in the Server logs. See here for more info: Logs and error codes ‒ QlikView
Thanks Peter for the quick response. Well stated.
If you want usage - look at sessions & unique users.
If you want more about how active users are in the apps (how engaged perhaps?), add in selections & duration.
If you want an idea of the relative performance impact to servers the sessions are having, use MBytes Sent+Rec'd and Session Calls.