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Nationality/Country Statistics by Month (stat_countrybymon with STA4.FMX)

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The Nationality/Country Statistics by Month Report allows the properties to generate both nationality and country statistics per month. The statistics output can include Room Nights, Persons, Adults, Children and Tax Statistics if the Application Parameter TAX_FREE_GUEST has been activated.

Selection Criteria

Date Range

Year. Select the down arrow to choose a year.

Month. Select the down arrow to choose a month.

Statistics Type

Country. Select to print country statistics.

Nationality. Select toe print nationality statistics.

Filter

Print All. When selected, the report will print all countries even if there is no in-house guests from that country. But when it is not selected, then only the countries that have in-house guests will display on the report.

Combine Statistic Code. When checked, all of the countries that have the same Statistic Code, as configured in Configuration>Profile>Geographical Data>Countries, are combined and displayed on one line in the report. The Country Description is determined by the country with the lowest sequence number as setup in configuration. If two countries have the same sequence number, then the country that comes first alphabetically will be displayed on the report.

Room Class. When the General>Room Class application function is set to Y, select the down arrow to choose a room class to filter the report by.

Display

Room Nights. Select to print out the room night figures in the report.

Person Nights. Select to print out the person (Adult and Children) night figures in the report.

Adult Nights. Select to print out the Adults night figures in the report.

Child Nights. Select to print out the Child night figures in the report.

Tax Statistics. Select to include the tax statistic figures in the report.

Report Output

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