Analyses in LianaMonitor

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The analyses section allows you to examine the hit charts of your monitors. The main page displays a listing of your monitors. 


1 From the top bar, you can access the Settings tab for analyses. The analysis page for an individual monitor displays a graph showing the most common words in the titles of the hits in the monitor. In Settings, you can choose to delete these common words that you don't want to be displayed in the chart.
2 To view the analyses for the monitor you want, click on the name of the monitor.
3 The total number of hits from the monitor.
4 The weekly chart for the monitor. By hovering the mouse on the graph, you can see the number of hits for a particular day. 
5 Create a new analysis for an existing monitor from the + icon.
6 Search monitors.
7 The trend in the number of hits.
8 Click to open the action menu. From the menu, you can access the monitor's email reports, settings, and also delete the analysis. 

Viewing analysis graphs

LianaMonitor's analyses include easy-to-read graphs, including your reach on social media, the most common words in hits, and the most common keywords in hits.

You can view the graphs by clicking on the name of the monitoring you want on the Analyses page.


1 From the top menu, you can access email reports and analysis settings. 
2 You can download the analysis from a certain time period as an Excel file to your computer.
3 Specify the time period from which you want to view hits in the charts.
4 The analysis consists of several different charts of hits. You can hide and show charts with the arrow key.
5 Download the chart as an image, a PDF document, or an Excel file.
6 Add/remove data from chart marks.
7 Select the time period within which you'd like to see hits in the chart.
8 You can choose in which chart format you view hits.

Email reports

The Analysis tab allows you to subscribe to email reports. Read more about email reports here.


From the analysis settings, you can edit the name of the analysis and select the monitors you want to monitor in that analysis.


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