: The session cookie is stored in temporary memory and is not retained after the browser is closed. Session cookies do not collect information from the user's computer.
Current session cookies
StatCharts application uses following session cookies (if set):
a) Course type (masters, phd, cpd);
b) Language of instruction (e.g. English, German, French etc.);
c) Provider type (University or Non-University);
d) Scientific Discipline or Area (e.g. Bioinformatics, Chemistry, Biology etc.);
e) Presentation country (country where course presentation will take place);
f) Presentation city (city/town/venue where course presentation will take place);
g) Presentation attendance mode (CM - CaMpus, face-to-face; DS - DiStance learning, online; DA - blended learning, Distance with Attendance);
h) Course ID (course ID for the details view);
i) Data set (data set index; default value 0 - the latest; 1 - chronologically previous one).
: User interface settings shown in a binary form. Default value is 10000. Ones (1) mean switched on
and zeros (0) mean switched off
The following user interface settings are in use:
a) Filters (search filters - first bit, default value is 1);
c) Options (view options - second bit, default value is 0);
b) Search examples (third bit, default value is 0. Note: this cookie is not in use at the moment);
d) Show Chart (display results graphically - fourth bit, default value is 0).
e) Bigger font (fifth bit, default value is 0);
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