Commit 4c739130 authored by Régis Freyd (GitLab)'s avatar Régis Freyd (GitLab)

Add more information in the User cohort documentation

We needed to clarify what inactive users are.
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![User cohort example](img/cohorts.png)
For the cohort of June 2016, 163 users have been created on this server. One
month later, in July 2016, 155 users (or 95% of the June cohort) are still
active. Two months later, 139 users (or 85%) are still active. 9 months later,
we can see that only 6% of this cohort are still active.
For the cohort of June 2016, 163 users have been added on this server and have
actually been active during this month. One month later, in July 2016, out of
these 163 users, 155 users (or 95% of the June cohort) are still active. Two
months later, 139 users (or 85%) are still active. 9 months later, we can see
that only 6% of this cohort are still active.
The Inactive users column shows the number of users who have been added during
the month, but who have never actually had any activity in the instance.
How do we measure the activity of users? GitLab considers a user active if:
* the user signs in
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