This article is a part of a series that explains the use of each tab in the participant profile. These profiles will be your primary method for monitoring the individual progress of each participant. When you go into the console, you may or may not be able to see all of the sections/tabs that we discuss in this series. That's okay! It is just the way your program has been designed.
In this article, we will go over the function and content of the Measurements tab in a participant's profile.
The measurements tab is one of the most information-rich areas of the participant's profile. It visualizes data from all of the measurement-based activities in a participant's plan. You can think of this section as the console equivalent of the History screen in the Pattern Health app.
There are 3 sections of this tab: Biometrics, Survey Results, and Charts. We will look at each in closer detail.
In this section of the measurements tab, you will see a card summarizing each of the biometrics measurements that have been collected in the participant's app. You will see a 30-day average and/or the latest measurement for all applicable activities. You can adjust the date range at the top of the screen to determine what data you want to review.
For more information on any one of these biometrics, click on the blue View Details link at the top-right corner of the card. This will take you to the Tasks section of the participant's profile, where you can review an itemized list of each measurement.
The survey results section will only have data if the participant's plan features a survey with question types that require Measurement answers (i.e. weight, blood glucose, etc).
This section features a chart for every single measurement-based activity in the participant's plan.
These activities include: Weight, Blood Pressure, Heart Rate, Blood Glucose Trend, Blood Temperature Trend, SpO2 History, Steps, Sleep, Meditation, Medication Adherence, Nutrients, Feeding Volume, Feeding Duration, and more.
These charts will be organized with the date on the X-axis and measurement quantity on the Y-axis.
To review measurements for a given day, click on (or hover over) the data point of interest. A small pop-up box will appear with the given day's data
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