Use Filters to View Breakdown Data

Filters and sort­ing data makes view­ing sim­i­lar clips quick and easy! Check out all the options below for ana­lyz­ing data quickly:

  1. Log in to Hudl​.com, then hov­er over Video and select Library. 

  2. Select the video on the right side that you want to look at break­down data for.

Quick Filtering

  1. To fil­ter a col­umn, hov­er the mouse over a col­umn head­er and click Analyze.

  2. Select the value(s) that need to be includ­ed in the fil­tered list.

  3. Click the X in the top-right cor­ner to apply the filter.

Main Filtering

  1. Click Filter Clips in the bar above the list of clips. 

  2. In the first box, select a data col­umn to filter.

  3. In the sec­ond box, the con­di­tion box, select a fil­ter type to apply to your clips by choos­ing one from the drop-down box. The fil­ter types in Hudl include:

    • In List: Generates a list of avail­able fil­ter val­ues to choose from in the Value drop-down. This is the eas­i­est fil­ter type to use. Only the select­ed val­ues will appear in the clips list. For instance, if you want to fil­ter to all offen­sive plays in the ODK col­umn, click the O option.
    • Equal to: The Value input becomes a text box. Only clips with a data val­ue that equals the val­ue you type will appear in the clips list. For instance, if you want to fil­ter to all offen­sive plays in the ODK col­umn, you would type O in the Value box.
    • Not equal to: The Value input becomes a text box. Only clips with a data val­ue that is not equal to the val­ue you type will appear in the clips list. For instance, if you want to fil­ter out all offen­sive plays in the ODK col­umn (leav­ing just defen­sive and kick plays), you would type O in the Value box.
    • Greater than/​equal to: The Value input becomes a text box. Only clips with a data val­ue that is greater than or equal to the val­ue you type will appear in the clips list. For instance, if you want to fil­ter to see all plays with a dis­tance greater than or equal to 10 yards, you would type 10 in the Value box.
    • Less than/​equal to: The Value input becomes a text box. Only clips with a data val­ue that is less than or equal to the val­ue you type will appear in the clips list. For instance, if you want to fil­ter to see all plays with a dis­tance less than or equal to 5 yards, you would type 5 in the Value box.
    • Between: The Value input becomes two text box­es. Only clips with a data val­ue that is between the two val­ues you type will appear in the clips list. For instance, if you want to fil­ter to see all plays with a dis­tance between 3 and 6 yards, you would type 3 and 6 in the Value boxes.

  4. Click each val­ue you would like to include in your fil­ter then click out of the box to apply the filter. 

Sorting

  1. Click the col­umn head­er to sort: 

    • Click once to sort numer­i­cal­ly or alphabetically.
    • Click twice to reverse the order.
    • Click a third time to sort by fre­quen­cy.

Sorting by Frequency

  1. Hover over the col­umn you wish to sort and click Analyze.

  2. Click the bar graph.

Editing Applied Filters

  1. This bar will show the cur­rent fil­ters applied to the clips list. You can add, remove, or edit fil­ters from this bar.

  2. To add anoth­er fil­ter, click the plus sign on the left side of the black fil­ter bar and fol­low steps the remain­ing steps below the main fil­ter­ing section.

    To edit a spe­cif­ic fil­ter, click on the col­umn name, con­di­tion box, or data val­ues in the filter’s row. A pop-up will reap­pear for you to choose new infor­ma­tion for the filter.

  3. Click Clear Filters to remove all fil­ters and return to the unfil­tered clips list.

Saving and Loading Filters 

You can save and load var­i­ous fil­ters to eas­i­ly switch between them. This pro­vides a quick way to alter the clips that are shown in the clips list.


If a fil­ter is not already active, fol­low the steps out­lined above to apply a fil­ter. If a fil­ter is already applied, you can skip this step.

  1. Click the Save/​Load Filter.

  2. Enter a name in the Save as box and click Save.

  3. If you want to load a pre­vi­ous­ly saved fil­ter, Filter Clips and select Save/​Load Filter.

  4. Click Load Filter and select the desired filter.