Club table

R10 Analytics Club Data

    The club table component contains all the clubs at the left and the different metrics in the columns. The first column shows the number of shots you made with this club (in the current selection). The others columns show the metric values for all the shots with that club. Default this is the average, but you can change that in the settings. The club table component is very useful to determine what club to use in what circumstances. For example, by looking at the total distance you see the gaps between the clubs.

    If the club table is used in a dashboard with other component, clicking on one of the club names will select the shots for that club in the other components. In the Clubs overview dashboard, when you click on one of the column headers in the table, that metric is shown in the left club chart. If you hold <Shift> the metric is shown in the right club chart.

    At the right of the title bar there is a menu icon. If you click on this you have the following options.

    • Clear selection. If you selected a club, this clears that selection.
    • Select columns. Here you can select the columns to show. There is also an icon in the title bar for this. A form is shown with two lists. At the left you see the metrics that are not yet shown and at the right you see the selected metrics. You can select one or more of the metrics and drag them to the other list. You can also drag them inside the list to change the order. Press the Select all button to select all metrics and press the Clear button to remove them. Press one of the Sort buttons to place the metrics in the default order. Press the Reset button to put the situation back to when you opened the dialog. Press OK when you are ready.
    • Save as CSV file. This saves the table to a csv file that can e.g. be read into Excel to inspect further. 
    • Change settings. Change the settings. See below.
    • Pop-out. Pop-out the table as a separate window.


    The club table component has a number of settings that you can change by clicking the settings icon in the title bar.

    • Name. The name of the component. 
    • Title. The title shown in the title bar. When you leave this empty, the type of value is shown in the title bar.
    • Select columns. Select the columns to show in the table.
    • Group by. Here you can indicate whether you want to group the shots by club name, by club type, or by club set. The distinction between names and types is only relevant when you gave clubs your own names and when you have multiple clubs of the same type but with different names. Note that if you give two different clubs the same name, the shots of those clubs are combined. Grouping by club sets is useful to e.g. see the combined data for all irons, woods, and so on. You can also add your own club sets in the Settings.
    • Value.  Here you can select what values you want to show in the table. You have a number of options. Default the average value for the metric is shown. You can also show the minimum, maximum, range (that is max minus min), median (the middle value) and percentiles. The latter depends on the percentile setting. When you have a percentile of, say 25, percentile low will show the value of the metric that lies at 25%. Percentile high will show you the value at 75%.
    • Exclude zero when computing values. When checked metric values of 0 are not used when calculating the average or other value. The rational is that 0 is used when the metric value is missing in the shot data. However, it will also ignore these values when they are valid, like a perfectly straight shot.
    • Percentile. The percentile used when showing percentiles in the table.
    • Use absolute value. Show the absolute values of the metrics, where this is relevant. So you e.g. see the absolute deviation distance and side spin.
    • Use simple value notation. Default, value that represent a direction get an L or R behind it to show that direction, rather than a negative or positive value. When checking this option they are simply number (negative or positive). Also the symbols for angles, percentages and inches are removed. 
    • Data. Here you can define a filter in the form of a formula. Only shots that satisfy the filter are taken into account in the table.
    • Appearance. Here you can change the font size used for the cells and the headers, and whether they should be bold.

    Note that there are buttons to reset the settings to the default (as defined in the dashboard) and to copy the settings from another club table component.