Analytics evaluate individual components of a course and evaluate student performance. Analytics takes a three-pronged approach to creating substantive data for Canvas users.
Account admins can see the analytics for the entire account to track and analyze what students, teachers, observers, and/or designers are doing within the account. Analytics work in conjunction with account Statistics.
Analytics can be used at any level of the account, as long as the user has the account-level permission to view analytics. For example, admins in the root account  can view analytics for the account and all sub-accounts. Admins in sub-accounts  can view the analytics for their own sub-account and any additional sub-accounts below them.
Admins can also view course analytics within an account or sub-account. Instructors can view course analytics if they are also given the analytics permission at the course level.
In account analytics, there are four main sections:
Use account analytics to:
Instructors can see the analytics for a course to track and analyze what students, observers, and/or designers are doing within the course. Analytics work in conjunction with course statistics.
Note: Viewing course analytics is a course permission. If you cannot view course analytics, your institution has restricted this feature.
In course analytics, there are four main sections:
Use course analytics to: