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Scoring Overview

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Scoring is a feature used to quickly view and evaluate an athlete’s wellness by normalizing and
weighting relevant metrics, creating a score out of 100. Scoring Templates are used to create weighted categories​ which provides an overall score​. Within each category, applicable metrics​ are added and weighted based on importance to make up each category’s score.

You can quickly view the complete breakdown of the of the scoring results in the Player Profile. The default view is the Overall Score; selecting a category of the scoring template provides a detailed view of each of the Metrics that comprise the scoring result. Below each category you will also see the weighting each category has within the Overall score.

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When clicking an individual category (e.g. Wellness), the individual metric score, the most recent results as well as the evaluation criteria for that metric will display. You can also choose to add the metric to chart.

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Score: This represents the points assigned to the metric based on the ‘result’ and the ‘cutoffs’.

Result: This is the actual entry is for the associated metric. Here, Aaron entered a Sleep Quality rating of 8 in the journal.

Good Cutoff: This is the maximum number the system is looking for. See how the result is 8 and the cutoff is 10? Therefore assigning a score of 100.

Bad Cutoff: This is the same concept at ‘good’ cutoff but instead it looks for the minimum number. If 1 were entered for sleep quality then the score would be 0.

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1. Category: These tabs represent the categories of scoring you’ve created. You can choose the title, the percentage weight that is associated with the overall score, and, beneath, the metrics included in the category.

2. Metrics: These are the metrics that belong to the category. Their score determine the overall score for the category.

3. Weighting: This value determines what weight a metrics’ score will have on the category’s overall score. Here, all metrics are weighted equally, 20% each.

4. Min / Max Values: These numbers determine the range of min and max results for a metric. Anything metric who’s record is 6 or lower will be given a score of 0. Any recorded as 7.5 or above will be given a score of 100. Everything in-between will be a given a score based off these values. If the metric value is recorded half way between the min and max values, it will receive a score of 50.

5. Value: Here you can change whether a high score or a low score is better. A higher score on Sleep Quality is a good thing. However, that would not be the case for a stress related metric.

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