When entering Dashboard, the first thing to do to build a widget is to click on the "Edit Dashboard" icon or you can also click directly on "Add Widgets" when the dashboard is empty.
Any changes made in terms of expanding the number of widgets or modifying them must be saved by clicking on the "Save" button.
The Tools tool will allow through the following buttons:
- Dashboard scale: zoom in or zoom out the view of widgets in the configuration screen.
- Granularity: will indicate the number of columns (12,24 or 48) in the Dashboard.
- Orientation: vertical or horizontal orientation of the Dashboard.
- Floating mode: allows all widgets to be placed as high as possible when disabled.
Selecting the Add Widget button opens a new window with the different widgets that can be added to the Dashboard and to add any type of widget, just click on it and the selected widget will appear shaded.
After adding the widget, a window with its limits will appear. By placing the mouse cursor over one of the arrows located in the lower corner of the widget, you can adjust its size to the required scale. It should be noted that there are limits set for the possible printing of the document in case it is needed.
It is very important to press Save after each change in the widget.
In the upper right corner of the configuration there will be the following buttons:
- Edit Dashboard: allows you to exit widget configuration to the normal view.
- Config Dashboard: this allows you to change the widget configuration.
- Widget tree filter: allows you to relate and hierarchize all the widgets of the same dashboard.
- Arrow symbol: allows you to create an interactive link where to share and interact dashboards with other users.
List of widgets:
Chart: Allows to create bar, line, area or point charts.
Boxplot: Allows you to create boxplot charts to represent numerical data through their quartiles.
Grid: Allows you to create data tables with different groupings.
Radar: Allows you to create graphs based from a central point outwards according to the variables you specify.
Filter: Allows you to create filters by players, sessions, positions, or teams.
Calendar Heatmap: Allows creating a calendar where it indicates with more intense colors the days in which a variable has higher values.
Gauge: Allows you to create comparative graphs with respect to a value.
Treemap: Allows you to create tree diagrams, grouping data in rectangles organized in different hierarchies.
Scatter Chart: Allows you to create scatter charts up to a maximum of 3 variables.
Pie: Allows you to create pie charts to represent percentage or proportion data.
Sunburst: Allows you to create sunburst charts showing hierarchical data. Each level of the hierarchy is represented by a ring or circle.
Funnel: Allows you to create funnel charts to represent percentage or proportion data.
Heatmap: Allows creating a table with different variables with the peculiarity that the higher values will be marked with more intense colors.
KPI: Allows you to create graphs on a specific variable.
Polar: Allows you to create pie charts where to compare the same variable.
Misc Widget: Allows you to create texts, images or separations to the Dashboard.
AV Profile: Allows you to create graphs where to analyze the Acceleration-Speed profile.
Session comments: Allows you to add comments on the dashboard
PCA: Allows you to use the technique of reduction of a set with a multitude of variables losing the minimum information.
Histogram: This shows how a variable behaves and its normal distribution.
Clustering: Allows grouping elements (players, sessions, teams, etc.) in clusters according to common variables/characteristics.
Acute Chronic: Allows the creation of Acute: Chronic index evolution graphs.
Correlation Plot: represents by means of a matrix the degree of a linear relationship between each pair of variables. These values are between -1 (inverse correlation) and 1 (direct correlation).
Acute Chronic Data Table: Evolution of the Acute: Chronic index by Grid and Heatmap.