Visual Analytics Explained
The Visual Analytics page can be filtered by a number of categories. These include:
- Attacking player
- Attack result
- Attack type
- Passing player
- Setting player
Do players have access to the Visual Analytics page?
No, player accounts do not have access to the Visual Analytics page. See more about player account permissions here.
Can I export or print the Visual Analytics page?
Yes, you can export the Visual Analytics charts using the download button in the bottom-left corner of the court. There is not currently a way to export statistics directly from the Visual Analytics page.
How do I read the Visual Analytics charts?
- Colors indicate grade — dark green indicates a perfect touch, yellow indicates medium, and red indicates an error. All touches will be somewhere between dark green and dark red.
- Dots indicate the location where a touch happened. In the case of attacks, a dot will indicate both where the attack originated and where it ended.
- Lines indicate the ball's trajectory. If a line ends in a dot, it means the ball actually went to that location on the court. Lines that don’t end in a dot indicate the ball didn’t actually go to that location. For example, say a ball was attacked and touched by a blocker. In this scenario, the line would indicate where the attack would have gone had it not been touched by the block, and doesn’t end in a dot because the ball didn’t actually reach that point on the court.
Why do I see discrepancies between the Stats tab and the Visual Analytics tab?
The Visual Analytics tab only displays data points that follow the pass-set-hit pattern, meaning attacks on the second ball or down balls are not included.
For more detailed steps on how to use the Visual Analytics page check out this step-by-step guide.