Each dashboard consists of a number of components. Components can be tables, charts, or other graphs. Below you find a list of all available components. For details, click on the component name.
Each component has a title bar. On the title bar there are various icons and there normally is a menu icon at the right. Common icons and menu items that many components have are:
- Select the columns or metric(s) used. This is indicated with an icon with two columns. It is used to choose the columns for tables or the metrics shown in charts.
- Change the settings. This is indicated with the cog icon. Components have different settings. See below for more information.
- Save as PNG image. Charts and other visual components can be saved as a PNG images.
- Save as CSV file. Tables can be saved as CSV files that can then be loaded in a spreadsheet. Note that notations like L/R and indications like angles, inches or percentages are removed from the CVS file such that the spreadsheet can deal with the data.
- Pop-out. Create a separate window, containing the same component. Once a component is popped out it no longer changes when you e.g. change the shot selection. So you can use this to compare different clubs, shots, or other selections.
The following components are currently available. Click on the names to get more information.
- Shot table. Shows a table of information about all the shots.
- Club table. Shows average metrics for all clubs.
- Session table. Shows all the sessions for which there are shots.
- Progress chart. Shows your progress over time.
- Club chart. Shows the values for a particular metric for the different clubs.
- Correlation matrix. Although not strictly a chart, shows all cross-correlations between metrics.
- Correlation chart. Shows the correlation between two given metrics.
- Frequency chart. Shows the frequency of values of metrics.
- Distribution chart. Shows the distribution of values of metrics.
- Value progress chart. A generic component to show your progress in various ways,
- Driving range. Shows a driving range with the final position of all shots.
- Trajectories. Shows the ball flight trajectories of the selected shots.
- Shot metrics. Shows the metrics for a particular shot.
- Shot visuals. Shows the ball flight trajectory and impact of a shot in a visual way.
- Shot video. Shows the associated video for a particular shot.
- Metric values. Shows the averages for certain metrics.
- Objectives. Shows the results for a number of objectives that you can define.
These component are used on some default dashboards but you most likely never want to add them yourself.
- Overview. An overview of the most important numbers, as is shown on the Home dashboard.
- News. News about Golf Shot Analytics, as is shown in the Home dashboard.
- Session information. Information about a particular session, as is shown in the Sessions dashboard.
Each component has some settings that indicate what data the component should show and how it should look. You can change the settings of a component by clicking on the cog icon in the title bar, or choose settings in the component menu. The settings are divided in a number of parts (not all components have all of these).
- General. These are the most important and typically relate to what is shown in the component. All components have a name and title. If you leave the title blank the component determines what to show. Also in most components you can select what metric(s) are shown. There is also an icon for this in the component title bar. Other settings depend on the component. See the component descriptions for details.
- Data. In most components, you can indicate a filter to limit the shots that are used in the component. For example, you can make a chart that only shows data for your drivers or only for your most recent shots. A filter for a component works in conjunction with the filters in the selection bar of the dashboard. A filter is a formula. For more information, see the help on formulas.
- Appearance. Some components, in particular charts, have additional settings related to the appearance. Here you can for example format the axes and determine the font and colors used.
- Advanced. This is only shown when defining dashboards. For more information, see the help on defining dashboards.