You can see (Figure 1) default view of Statistic for current move for Fuseki Board.
Figure 1
1st two lines show strength of strongest player made last move for Black (9 pro dan at the 1st line) and White (also 9 pro dan at the 1st line). With this information you can estimate quality of last two moves. 9 pro dan means move highest quality (possibly).
Studying the table below you can define more exactly whether last move was good or bad.
With right-click mouse menu you can change this view. If you, for example, switch on 'Show unknow results' (see Figure 2) then new column with data will be add.
Figure 2
This is chanded table (Figure 3).
Figure 3
'Show Percentage' - show/hide percentage value for given cell.
'Show Number of Games' - show/hide absolute values for given cell. One of first two switches always on.
'Show relative values'. If 'on' then in percentage calculation number of games with unknown result will take in account (Figures 1,2). If 'off' then those games throw out from calculation (Figure 4). You can compare sum of percentages for each line in Figure 1 (less than 100%) and Figure 4 (exactly 100%).
'Show unknown results' - show/hide column with the number of games with unknown result.
'Show compact Fields'. If 'on' then there are 4 lines in the table as shown at the Figures 1, 3.If 'off' then additional 3 lines with statistic for: 'Pro' , 'Ama dan', 'Kyu' - kyu level amateur players will appear (see Figure 4).
Figure 4
The right-click mouse menu setting for Figure 4 shown at the Figure 5.
Figure 5
'Pro'. Professional players only.
'Pro/SemiPro'. Professional players and 'under' professional: strong European 6 dan players and higher.
'Strong Ama'. Amateur players with European 4 dan and higher strength.
'Ama dan'. Dan level amateur players
'Kyu'. Kyu level amateur players
'Other'. Players with unknown strength.
'Total'.
'Pro/SemiPro'. Professional players and 'under' professional: strong European 6 dan players and higher.
'Strong Ama'. Amateur players with European 4 dan and higher strength.
'Other'. Other players: low dans and kyu level amateur players, players with unknown strength.
'Total'