Building Dashboards

Time series chart widget

You can use the time series chart widget to plot chronologically ordered data. This chart can display data from one or more series. Each series can come from the same data source or from different data sources. The two examples here use time series charts to display similar data for the same athlete in two […]

Categorical chart widget

You can use the categorical chart widget to plot categorical data. This chart can display data from one or more series. Each series can come from the same data source or from different data sources. In the example above, the categorical chart is displaying recent average player wellness data. The positions (centre midfield, goalkeeper and […]

XY scatter chart

You can use the XY scatter chart to plot between two and four variables (X, Y, size, colour) from one of your data sources. This XY scatter chart example uses fatigue and soreness data from a daily wellness form to help coaches understand which players are ready for harder training and which players might be […]

Radar chart widget

Radar charts are a useful way for you to show multiple data points and the variation between them. You can use a radar chart to compare values for several variables at once, as seen in our example below, which explores the functional movement screening results for an athlete. Like other chart widgets, you can filter […]

Matrix widget

We’ve released a new matrix widget that’s designed for displaying large datasets in a flexible way. You can choose which fields should be displayed in the rows and columns of your matrix, then use the summary features to show useful information about each row or column.  This means, for example, you can show each event […]

Pie and donut chart widget

The pie/donut widget lets you choose whether to display data in a pie or donut chart format. This is particularly useful when you want to show the relationship between parts of your dataset and the whole. For example, if you wanted to demonstrate injury information across your athlete, student, soldier, dancer or patient population, it’s […]

Content widget

The content widget is designed to help you bring additional value and polish to your dashboards with rich, informative and beautiful content. The content widget allows you to add blocks of text and images and make use of all the same formatting options you’re used to seeing in your email editor, content management system or […]

Aggregation table widget

The aggregation table widget gives you the ability to choose how you want to generate rows. You can add as many columns as you need and filter each of them independently. Then, aggregate the data in each of your columns on a row-by-row basis. The example here uses a GPS event form to report session […]

Periodisation diagram widget

You can use the periodisation diagram widget to plot and visualise spans across time, for example, when you want to visualise a season plan or tournament schedule. The diagram is comprised of timeline tracks at the top, and is then populated by either custom tracks, determined in the dashboard builder, or event tracks, populated with […]

Dashboard instructions

Static informational content can be added to canvases, sections and all widgets via the instructions property. Like the content widget, the instructions property allows you to add text and images that are not captured in an event form. Unlike the content widget, which is ideal for stand-alone information, the instructions property is suitable for providing […]