The Application Help DocumentationCoach/Professional Help Documentation The Reports ModuleReport Options: Save, Delete, Export, PDF, Investigate, Summary Statistics

Report Options: Save, Delete, Export, PDF, Investigate, Summary Statistics

Depending on the modules that you have access to you might have access to some or all of the capabilities shown in the image in the first step. Follow the steps below to learn about using these capabilities.

Reports: different options appear along the top of the reports section when you have run a report

Reports: different options appear along the top of the reports section when you have run a report

You will see that you have multiple options to run on the data you select to appear in your reports:

Delete All-delete all of the data on the page completely from the system (Section 1.0)

Save- Save the filter, athlete and report settings for later use (Section 2.0

Excel- export the results to an excel spreadsheet (3.0)

PDF-create a pdf of the rows of data (Section 4.0)

PDF Form- create a pdf of the data and display the records by entries (e.g. by each form that has been entered) (Section 5.0)

Summary Statistics -a basic summary of the data including mean median etc (Section 6.0)

Investigate- Look for patterns of associations between the data (Section 7.0)

Pivot Table-produce a pivot table of the data (Section 8.0)

Send Messages- to send e-mail messages to athletes who are included in the report (Section9.0)

Send to Front Page- discussed in the next lesson

1.0 If you have access to the Delete All button and you click this you will DELETE ALL of the entries showing in the report completely from the system. ONLY click this if you want to delete data

1.0 If you have access to the Delete All button and you click this you will DELETE ALL of the entries showing in the report completely from the system. ONLY click this if you want to delete data

99.99% of users should NOT be given access to this button. If you do have access, double check with your administrator to see if you really need it.

N.B. If you need to delete data from the system, this should be done by an administrator. It cannot be undone and any data deleted will be removed from your site completely.

1.1 Once you select "Delete All" all of the event data (e.g. each complete event) showing in your report will be deleted

1.1 Once you select "Delete All" all of the event data (e.g. each complete event) showing in your report will be deleted

 

1.2 The events will be completely removed from the system for anyone with access to that athlete's data

1.2 The events will be completely removed from the system for anyone with access to that athlete's data

 

2.0 To save the report format, date range, athletes, data, fields, ranks etc (everything you have set up on the left of the page), click Save

2.0 To save the report format, date range, athletes, data, fields, ranks etc (everything you have set up on the left of the page), click Save

Click on save to save all of your specific report settings and filters.

2.1 Name the report in the pop up box and click on OK

2.1 Name the report in the pop up box and click on OK

 

2.2 When you first come to your reports page, or if you click clear, the report name will appear for you to click on and run

2.2 When you first come to your reports page, or if you click clear, the report name will appear for you to click on and run

Click on Clear to remove the current report from the reports display area and access any/all saved reports.

To run a saved report you simply click on the name of the report

To Delete a saved report, you simply click on the red delete icon and click OK.

3.0 Export the data as a .csv file

3.0 Export the data as a .csv file

To export the data as a csv file, simply click on Excel.

3.1 You will be asked if you want to do a Full export (all of the fields in that form), or ONLY the columns you have showing in your report

3.1 You will be asked if you want to do a Full export (all of the fields in that form), or ONLY the columns you have showing in your report

Name the report, and select if you want to export out all of the columns from that form, or just limit it to the columns that are showing.

Then click on "create Excel Report"

3.2 An Excel report will be generated and will be available in your downloads (as shown here)

3.2 An Excel report will be generated and will be available in your downloads (as shown here)

 

4.0 PDF will generate a pdf of the data in a table format

4.0 PDF will generate a pdf of the data in a table format

Click on PDF to create a pdf of the data.

4.1 Name the PDF report and click Create PDF Report

4.1 Name the PDF report and click Create PDF Report

 

4.2 A PDF report will be generated and will be available in your downloads (as shown here)

4.2 A PDF report will be generated and will be available in your downloads (as shown here)

 

5.0 PDF Form will create a pdf of EACH of the event forms that have been selected to appear. The events will show as a single data entry form, and will appear as one pdf

5.0 PDF Form will create a pdf of EACH of the event forms that have been selected to appear. The events will show as a single data entry form, and will appear as one pdf

Click on PDF Form to generate a pdf of all of the individuals event form (as they are displayed during data entry)

5.1 Name the Report, select the number of columns that you want the data be split (usually a maximum of 2) and run the report

5.1 Name the Report, select the number of columns that you want the data be split (usually a maximum of 2) and run the report

 

5.2 A report will be generate in your downloads and will be available to view (as shown here)

5.2 A report will be generate in your downloads and will be available to view (as shown here)

 

6.0 Summary Statistics will automatically generate a report to provide a summary of the data including mean, median etc

6.0 Summary Statistics will automatically generate a report to provide a summary of the data including mean, median etc

Click Summary Statistics to run an automatic report

6.1 Name and Run the Report

6.1 Name and Run the Report

The report may take a while to generate.

6.2 The report will be available on your downloads to open and view as a pdf. Scroll through the report to see the summary data

6.2 The report will be available on your downloads to open and view as a pdf. Scroll through the report to see the summary data

The report is automatically generated and will include:

Basic Data Summary: Summary of Total, Mean, Median and Range of the data

Frequency Analysis: Histogram of responses by Athlete and any Categories, e.g Sleep Quality

Summary By Category: Summary statistics (mean, median, range etc) for each numeric data field for each category, e.g Athlete, Sleep Quality, Energy (as shown in 6.3 below)

6.3 An Example of the Energy Field Summary from the Summary Report

6.3 An Example of the Energy Field Summary from the Summary Report

 

7.0 Investigate allows you to automatically look to relationships between data capture variables in your report

7.0 Investigate allows you to automatically look to relationships between data capture variables in your report

Click on Investigate

7.1 Name the report and choose the strength of relationships you want to see and click Start Investigation

7.1 Name the report and choose the strength of relationships you want to see and click Start Investigation

You can select to view the strength of relationships between your data. If you choose weak, you will be looking for variables that are weakly related. If you choose Strong relationships, you only want to view data that is shown to be highly correlated.

7.2 An investigation report will be available to view in your downloads. Scroll through the document to see a basic data summary through to a ANOVA and Coincidence Testing

7.2 An investigation report will be available to view in your downloads. Scroll through the document to see a basic data summary through to a ANOVA and Coincidence Testing

Similar to the "Summary Statistics" Report (Section 6.0), you will be provided with an automatically generated report including

Data Descriptions: Summary of the types of data contained in the data set that you are analysing

Basic Data Summary: Summary of Total, Mean, Median and Range of the data

Summary By Category: Summary statistics (mean, median, range etc) for each numeric data field for each category, e.g Athlete, Sleep Quality, Energy (as shown in 6.3 below)

Frequency Analysis: Histogram of responses by Athlete and any Categories, e.g Sleep Quality

ANOVA (Analysis of Variance): showing data which is strongly linked (e.g section 7.3 below)

Coincidence Testing: showing differences between expected counts of data entry and actual counts

Linear Correlations: showing any linear correlations that exist in the data (e.g section 7.4 generated from a different data set)

7.3 An example of one of the ANOVA outputs from the Investigate Report

7.3 An example of one of the ANOVA outputs from the Investigate Report

 

7.4 Linear Correlation found in a different Investigate Report

7.4 Linear Correlation found in a different Investigate Report

 

8.0 Pivot Tables allow you to generate excel files with different count, mean max information about the fields in a report

8.0 Pivot Tables allow you to generate excel files with different count, mean max information about the fields in a report

Click on Pivot Table. Please note that the Excel Reports Module has been developed to supersede this capability. If you need to find out more about Excel Files, read the help documentation or contact your administrator.

8.1 Set up your Pivot Table settings

8.1 Set up your Pivot Table settings

#1: Enter in the name

#2: Select any groupings (e.g. you want the data to be grouped by this field)

#3and #4: Select the fields and the information you want to know about them (max, min, sem etc)

#5: Add in any additional summary fields

#6: Click Start Report

8.2 An excel pivot table will be generated and will be available to review

8.2 An excel pivot table will be generated and will be available to review

 

9.0 Send Message allows you to send a message to all of the athlete's names who are included in the report

9.0 Send Message allows you to send a message to all of the athlete's names who are included in the report

 

9.2 It will automatically select the athletes name and now you can send them a message to their inbox of the system, or even their e-mail.

9.2 It will automatically select the athletes name and now you can send them a message to their inbox of the system, or even their e-mail.

On some systems the e-mail address is NOT set up correctly for each athlete, so ensure you check with your administrator first before sending out e-mails using this method. .

10.0 The Send to Front Page is discussed in the next lesson.

10.0 The Send to Front Page is discussed in the next lesson.

 

If you have any queries about the reports features, don't hesitate to write comments in the appropriate section of this help manual.

 

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