The People Statistics Tables are tables that are added to every model that uses activities or objects from the People module. They record data about the following objects:
Meaningful statistics can be derived from each table individually. For example, the StaffTravelDistance activity records how far each Staff object travels during the model run. You could use this table to derive the average distance travelled by all staff.
In addition, these tables are designed to work as a database, so that you can get more detailed statistics. For example, the StaffGroups table records which Staff objects belong in each Staff Group. By combining the information in this table with the information in the StaffTravelDistance table, you could determine the average distanced travelled by the staff in a certain group.
The best way to visualize data from these tables is using a People Template. More information on these templates can be found in the People Templates topic.
Some of these tables will grow longer as the model runs. Since not all users may be interested in all metrics, you can disable any of the People Statistics Tables, which will prevent it from collecting any data.
All People Statistics Tables have an internal Statistics Collector. You can duplicate this internal collector, either to learn how the data for that table is collected, or to create a modified version of the table.
The following tables record information about flowitems created with the Create Person activity:
The following tables record information about Staff objects in the Staff Group:
The following tables record information about Location object in the Locations Group:
The following tables record information about Equipment in the Equipment Group:
The following tables record information about Transports in the Transport Group:
The following tables record information about Waiting Line objects:
Each People Statistics Table has the following properties: