Critical Calculation Information. Calculations as part of a form and in tables, Table calculations and calculations for fields in a table
The Form Builder has a number of inbuilt calculations, as well as the capability to create your own custom equations using just the field names in each specific form. This means you can calculate everything from sum of skin folds and % body fat, to VO2 Max and Velocity.
The Form Builder has a number of different calculation that you can choose from. You use the correct calculation based on your needs
What Calculations are available?
The Form builder was built to cover 99% of your calculation requirements. The Form builder includes multiple calculation fields to cover calculations that use numbers, text, options, numbers in tables through to profile linked calculations.
The Calculations available are:
-Calculations: are where you can create free form equations.
-History Calculations: allows you to perform historical calculations for a specific time period on the variables in a form
-Option Calculation: allows you to return a non numeric answer (e.g allows you to have a calculation that returned a "pass or fail" for a fatigue index calculation).
-Average: allows you to calculate the average of specific fields within your form by rapidly selecting variables.
-Sum: allows you calculate the sum of specific fields within your form by rapidly selecting variables.
-Minimum: for selected fields
-Maximum: for selected fields
Table Calculations are ONLY to be used when you are performing a calculation ABOUT fields in a table format. See the Lesson on Table calculations
Linked Values, Related event and Important Summaries are used to link data from different fields INTO the current form. See the Lesson on Linked Data
Date Calculations allow you to calculate out differences between date fields, and the duration from one date to another. See the Lesson on Date Calculations.
Additional Calculations for Entered By, Variation and Overtraining Risk
-Variation Score: allows you to calculate how varied the athlete is.
-Peak Performance Risk: Uses all of the fields in a form, learns the profile of each athlete and then calculates how different they are from normal in a positive direction.
-Overtraining Risk: Uses all of the fields in the form, learns the profile of each athlete and then calculates how different they are from normal in a negative direction.
- Age Calculation: Calculate the athlete's age based on the date of birth from their Account settings