Performance Summary Dashboards: create a complete overview tailored to your key performance information
Performance Summary Dashboards Provide a complete overview of athletic performance on the application
Performance Summary Dashboards are used to give a professional or athlete a complete dashboard overview of how they are performing across multiple performance areas and indicators. The arrows indicate performance improvement or decrement (this is pulled from setting the "Higher Values are best" or "Lower Values are best" and the best values in each field's Advanced Properties). The coloured backgrounds are the "Performance Standards"that were created according to the correct ranges of performance for different athletes.
The most critical component to consider when creating the Performance Summary Dashboards is considering what information you feel truly reflects the athletic performance.
It is also very important to know that when you create a performance summary dashboard across multiple event types (e.g. medical, s and c, psyc), only the forms that each user has access to will appear in the performance summary dashboard. If you want your coaches from S and C to see a medical overview they will need read access to those forms and vice versa.
High Level Overview
The image above shows the high level overview of the athlete across:
Flexibility and Agility
Strength and Power
Each one of these columns automatically pulls data in from a "Performance Summary Report" that shows the Key fields for a specific area such as Lifestyle/Overtraining (as shown in the step below). It pulls through the most important data from the Performance Summary Report to the Main Performance Summary Dashboard (shown here) and highlights any recent changes with the athlete.
Individual Performance Summary Reports
To create or update your Performance Summary Reports and the Performance Summary Dashboard, click on Performance Summary Reports Set Up
Each Performance Summary Report that you will create will be pulled into the Performance Summary Dashboard (the image here shows the 6 Performance Summary Reports) and then the most important field will be pulled through into the Performance Summary Dashboard automatically
Performance Summary Reports Page Set Up:
1. Click on the "Performance Summary Report Set Up" button on the Application builder to be shown the list of Summary Reports (note that the Name of the different Summary Reports is the same as the columns in the Performance Summary Dashboard Overview in the image in the first step)
2. Click on "Create new Performance Summary Report" (top right hand side of the page)
3. Start building up your Report Settings
What information to include
Build up you Performance Summary Report according to your requirements and include a maximum of 6 columns
To create a Performance Summary Report:
#1. Name the Performance Summary Report e.g. "Stress"
#2. Click on "New Column" (obscured by the Event Form drop down box) and a new row will appear where you need to specify the information that will appear in the Performance Summary Report Columns. Go back to the image in the second step and look at the different Columns. This is what you are building here each time you add in a "New Column" of information.
#3. Select the Event Form that you want to use a Field from (the first example shows that the Daily Review Form has been selected).
#4. Select the Performance Standard. You can specify if you want a specific one to appear for that variable, but if you have male and female athletes of different ages, you will want the system to compare their results with the "Most Appropriate" Performance Standard (if one has been built). You can go and build you performance standards and add them in later!
#5. Select the Field. Select the field out of the Event Form (#2) that you want to display in the Report
#6. Rename the Field name to what you want.
#7. Specify if you want the Progress arrows to show or not . The arrows will show if the "Show Change" box is ticked, and will be hidden if it is un ticked.
8. Follow Steps #2 until you have completed you Report (aim for 4-6 Fields)
9. Click "Save"
Performance Summary Dashboard Overview
The New "Stress" Performance Summary Report has been added to the Performance Summary Dashboard and will be available to click through to see the actual Performance Summary Report for the "Stress" variables that you selected earlier.
Remember that what each users sees may be different if they do not have read access to all of the forms that you use in the Performance Summary Reports.