I’m going through the Communtiy Health Metrics video and have a quick question about measuring activity metrics - specifically, measuring the # of contributions per member. I use a tool called Grytics to get all sorts of data on our community, which is house in a private Facebook group.
I can get the total contributions over time (posts & comments) - for purposes of measureing activity, do I combine both of those as “contributions”?
I’m not sure how to determine average posts per member. I can get average comments per post, but that seems like its lacking some detail. Do I used stratefied sampling for this? I can look up member stats individually, but it takes SO MUCH TIME because Grytics is slow and we have over 10,000 members so the thought of looking up 100+ people individually seems pretty daunting. Any thoughts there?
Thanks guys and apologies if I keep asking dummy questions!