In the Overview page, some of the tables apply colour coding for things like Deals per hour and Success rate. While it is generally enough to understand that green results are better than red, this article explains the details.
The results for all agents are tabulated and sorted on the value to be assessed.
- The agent index for the bottom 30% of agents is identified. The value for the agent with that index becomes the highest "red" value.
- The agent index for the top 30% of agents is identified. The value for the agent with that index becomes the highest "orange" value.
Here is a worked example with eight agents, indexed 0-7:
|Agent number||Success rate||Note||Colour|
|2||31||30% of seven is index 2||Red|
|5||40||70% of seven is index 5||Orange|
- 30% of seven (the highest index number for an agent) is 2.1, rounding down to 2. The Success rate for the agent with index 2 is 31. It, and any value lower than that, counts as a Red result.
- 70% of seven is 4,9, rounding to 5. The Success rate for the agent with index 5 was 40. Any result higher than that is green.