|Results||holds the information gathered at whatever frequency you have
defined for each page. The total number of records in this table, for each user, has a limit and the oldest will be deleted
once that limit is reached|
|rundate||this does not fall at exactly the frequency you define but at the first
checking run after it fell due. The background thread checking the database runs every five minutes and there are occasional
delays caused by servers re-starting and search engines running slowly.|
|position||this is worked out from the page on which the url is found, the
number of records per page and a count back of the number of occurrences of the recstart string defined in the Engine
table. There can be variations if search engines add sponsored links at the top of some pages.|
|cachedelay||where search engines hold cached web pages Brightdayler attempts
to determine when the cache took place|
Each page you define will have a summary graph shown on the opening page with figures from the latest check (position and
days since the page was last cached with that search engine *). However if you are wanting to do more detailed analysis you
can cut and paste the information from the Results table into a spreadsheet application.
* The graphs also show two moving average figures. These are calculated using the "exponential" method i.e.
new moving average = 85% of the previous moving average figure + 15% of the latest result.