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Create a Dynamic Report

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Kinduct's Reporting feature allows users to create their own reports based on any metric that has been captured in the platform. Each report may include a combination of components or widgets such as charts, tables, graphics, images or gauges. Reporting is where all of the data that has been brought into the platform comes together to help identify trends and correlations, create comparisons and ultimately give you the power to make informed decisions using the latest data you have on your athletes. 

The reporting tool allows you to create reports and apply them to a specific individual, people within a group or team or create a one-time report. Create reports using all available data or within specific date ranges. Reports are updated as soon as data is brought into the platform allowing for the most accurate reporting on athletes using the most recent information which allows for informed decision making. All of the data lives within Kinduct's platform and is available to you - allowing you to create individual player reports from within your platform. Every chart, graph or widget you create can be applied to every single athlete in your platform.  

Creating a New Report

To create a dynamic report:

1. Click the Reports tab and select Reporting.


When you first enter the reporting screen, a blank reporting page with "Players Report" title is shown. Ensure to change the title by clicking the edit icon if you are creating a new report. You can either create a new report by clicking the Add Widget ​button or you can open a saved report by clicking the Saved Reports ​drop-down list.


2. Click Settings to define the type of report. Possible options:

  • Default:​ Each widget will have individually customized users and dates.
  • Individual User:​ Information displayed on all widgets are applied to one specific user/member.
  • Single Date Range:​ Information displayed on all widgets are within a specific date range.
  • Individual User / Singe Date Range:​ A combination of the last two types, information displayed on all widgets are for a specific user/member and a specific date range.
    Note: ​Individual User report type provides the ability to build one report, then toggle between athletes to have their individual data populate the widgets.

3. Click Add Widget to begin building a report. The Create Widget window displays:


2. Choose the type of widget to include in the report.

NOTE: Once any widget is in a report, you can drag and drop the widget within the space, or pinch and resize to create a completely dynamic report that visually represents your reporting needs.

The Create Widget window displays, in this example, the Chart widget is selected:


3. Enter a Chart Title (e.g. This Month's Journal).

4. Select a Date Range  (e.g. This Season or This Year, last week, last 2 weeks, last month, last 6 months or a custom range).

5. Select Athletes / Groups. You can select one athlete or groups of athletes, that will be represented within the chart.
NOTE: This criteria will only be available if you are creating a Default or Single Date Range report type.

NOTE: The users and groups icons indicate how many users and groups are currently selected within the widget.

6. Select the Metric or Metrics. Metrics are divided and organized by the source which data was created. Any metric that is entered into a form displays under it's template name. (e.g. soreness, nutrition, barbell deadlift, agility test). You can select multiple metrics to be displayed at the same time.

NOTE: The number of metrics that you choose to add to the report depends on the widget and/or number of users you selected. For instance, you can only select one player and one metric for gauges, but a spline chart can be as many metrics or users as you like.
Tip: Use the search bar if you know the metric name. This will help you find the metric faster if you have a lot of data sources.

NOTE: You can select to display the metrics list by categories or alphabetically. Use the toggle button to switch between the two options. 

Metric_list_category.jpg This icon indicates that metrics are listed by category. Click the icon to switch to list metrics alphabetically.
Metric_List_Alpha.jpg This icon indicates that metrics are currently listed alphabetically. Click the icon to switch to list metrics by category.


7. Configure the Chart Settings.

Normalize: Used to minimize data redundancy on the chart. Charts are normalized depending on the number of metrics displayed on the chart. 2 Metrics - Each metric is set to a different Y-axis with metric values determining the max/min values. 3 + Metrics -  Scales all metric values to a single Y-axis of 0-10.

x-axis: Switches between showing the x-axis as a time series (chronological date whether data exists for a date or not) or categorized (only shows dates where data exists for selected metrics)

x-axis category: When a single date is selected, the x-axis will show users by default. Use the toggle button to revert to showing the date on the x-axis.

Invert: Data is visually display on the y-axis as opposed to the x-axis.

Stack: Shows bars within the graph side by side or stacked on top of each other.

Min / Max Value: Set custom minimum and maximum values for your chart.

Legend: Shows or hides the legend.


8. Click Create Widget once all of the widget settings are complete. Continue to build the report with additional widgets as desired. Once all of the widgets and settings are added to your report workspace, you can resize and move the widgets within the workspace.

9. Once the report is visually satisfactory, click Save.  PDF.

NOTE: For a report with multiple widgets, if a widget does not have any data to display, you will not be able to print to PDF. Remove the widget if you would like to continue to print to PDF.

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