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 The statistics table gives information on the report as a whole, for example, on the beginning and end of the report interval, the number of messages, the name of the unit, the time zone, the time of report execution, and other statistics, depending on the selected [[/​user/​reports/​templ/​templ#​creating_a_report_template|type of template]]. The statistics table gives information on the report as a whole, for example, on the beginning and end of the report interval, the number of messages, the name of the unit, the time zone, the time of report execution, and other statistics, depending on the selected [[/​user/​reports/​templ/​templ#​creating_a_report_template|type of template]].
  
-To add a statistics table to a report template, click the //​Statistics//​ button on the //​[[user/​reports/​templ/​contents/​contents|Contents]]//​ tab of its properties. ​+To add a statistics table to a report template, click the //​Statistics//​ button on the //​[[user/​reports/​templ/​contents/​contents|Contents]]//​ tab of its properties.
  
 In the dialog window of the //​Statistics//​ table properties, mark the points you want to include in the table. To find the required ones, use the [[user/​gui/​masks#​dynamic_search|dynamic search]], located in the upper right corner. Search is carried out both by the name of the line (the left column) and by the subgroup to which it belongs to (right). In the dialog window of the //​Statistics//​ table properties, mark the points you want to include in the table. To find the required ones, use the [[user/​gui/​masks#​dynamic_search|dynamic search]], located in the upper right corner. Search is carried out both by the name of the line (the left column) and by the subgroup to which it belongs to (right).
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   * **Time zone** — the time zone as it is set in user settings. ​   * **Time zone** — the time zone as it is set in user settings. ​
   * **Messages** — the messages analyzed within the reporting period.   * **Messages** — the messages analyzed within the reporting period.
-  * **Mileage in all messages** — the mileage in all messages according to the selected mileage counter (without filtration by trip detector). ​+  * **Mileage in all messages** — the mileage in all messages according to the selected mileage counter (without filtration by the trip detector). ​
   * **Consumed** — the volume of consumed fuel detected by any sort of fuel sensor. If several such sensors are available, their values sum up.   * **Consumed** — the volume of consumed fuel detected by any sort of fuel sensor. If several such sensors are available, their values sum up.
-  * **Consumed by ImpFCS/AbsFCS/InsFCS/FLS/math/​rates** — the volume of consumed fuel detected by a fuel sensor (such as impulse/absolute/​​instant fuel consumption sensor, fuel level sensor) or calculated by math or rates. ​+  * **Consumed by ImpFCS/​AbsFCS/​InsFCS/​FLS/​math/​rates** — the volume of consumed fuel detected by a fuel sensor (such as impulse/​absolute/​​instant fuel consumption sensor, fuel level sensor) or calculated by math or rates. ​
   * **Avg consumption** — the average fuel consumption by any sort of fuel sensor. If several such sensors are available, their values sum up.    * **Avg consumption** — the average fuel consumption by any sort of fuel sensor. If several such sensors are available, their values sum up. 
-  * **Avg consumption by ImpFCS/​​AbsFCS/​​InsFCS/​​FLS/​​math/​rates** — the average fuel consumption in trips detected by one of the methods mentioned above. It can be presented either as liters per 100 kilometers or miles per one gallon. The whole mileage of the reported interval is normally taken for these calculations. However, average consumption by FLS can take either all mileage or mileage by trip detector. ​+  * **Avg consumption by ImpFCS/​​AbsFCS/​​InsFCS/​​FLS/​​math/​rates** — the average fuel consumption in trips detected by one of the methods mentioned above. It can be presented either as liters per 100 kilometers or miles per one gallon. The whole mileage of the reported interval is normally taken for these calculations. However, average consumption by FLS can take either all mileage or mileage by the trip detector. ​
   * **Initial fuel level** — the fuel level at the beginning of the interval. ​   * **Initial fuel level** — the fuel level at the beginning of the interval. ​
-  * **Final fuel level** — thefuel ​level at the end of the interval. ​+  * **Final fuel level** — the fuel level at the end of the interval. ​
   * **Max fuel level** — the maximum fuel level.   * **Max fuel level** — the maximum fuel level.
   * **Min fuel level** — the minimum fuel level. More information about the fuel in reports can be found [[user/​reports/​dat/​dat#​fuel_in_reports|here]].   * **Min fuel level** — the minimum fuel level. More information about the fuel in reports can be found [[user/​reports/​dat/​dat#​fuel_in_reports|here]].
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   * **Initial mileage** — the mileage sensor reading at the time of the start of the first speeding at the reporting interval. If there is no mileage sensor, the mileage is counted from 0.    * **Initial mileage** — the mileage sensor reading at the time of the start of the first speeding at the reporting interval. If there is no mileage sensor, the mileage is counted from 0. 
-  * **Final ​ mileage** — the mileage sensor reading at the end of the speeding interval.+  * **Final mileage** — the mileage sensor reading at the end of the speeding interval.
 === Parkings=== === Parkings===
  
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   * **Initial mileage** — the mileage sensor value at the beginning of the reporting interval (it makes sense if there is an absolute odometer).   * **Initial mileage** — the mileage sensor value at the beginning of the reporting interval (it makes sense if there is an absolute odometer).
   * **Final mileage** — the mileage sensor value at the end of the reporting interval.   * **Final mileage** — the mileage sensor value at the end of the reporting interval.
-  * **Toll roads mileage** — the distance that a unit travelled ​during the trip on the roads on which the //Platon// system is used.+  * **Toll roads mileage** — the distance that a unit traveled ​during the trip on the roads on which the //Platon// system is used.
   * **Toll roads cost** — a sum of money (in RUB) for the toll roads mileage calculated on the basis of the covered distance and the //Platon// tariff.   * **Toll roads cost** — a sum of money (in RUB) for the toll roads mileage calculated on the basis of the covered distance and the //Platon// tariff.
   * **Average speed in trips** — the average speed in trips (total mileage divided by the time of travel).   * **Average speed in trips** — the average speed in trips (total mileage divided by the time of travel).
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   * **Unit last location** — the latest unit location detected (address or coordinates).  ​   * **Unit last location** — the latest unit location detected (address or coordinates).  ​
   * **Last message time** — the time when the latest message from the unit was received. ​   * **Last message time** — the time when the latest message from the unit was received. ​
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 === Visited streets === === Visited streets ===
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