Welcome to Performance View! Here you’ll get to see your trends for all of the different metrics.
The Performance View page is made up by different graphs. Each graph is for a separate pitching metric. The name of the metric will be displayed at the top of the graph as well as the units that metric is measured in. If you’d like to rearrange the order in which you see the graphs, you can change the metric by selecting the green downward arrow next to the metrics name. Scroll to the metric you want and select “Done”.
If you’ve tagged and charted pitch types in your sessions, at the top of the page, you’ll see different colored shapes with letters in them. This is your key. Each shape is a different pitch type. To change what pitch types you see here, you will need to adjust the pitch types in your profile. If would like to learn more about pitch types and how to set or adjust them, click here.
You can zoom in and out of graphs as well as scrolling through them. Each graph is made up of different colored trend lines. The color of the trend line corresponds to the pitch type key in the upper right hand corner. For instance the red trend line will correspond with the pitch type that shows as your red circle in the upper right hand corner. If you don’t see multiple trend lines make sure you have turned all of them on to be shown. Visit our Edit Performance View Section to learn how to do so If you haven’t charted pitches, all pitches will appear as Un-tagged Pitches (white circles).
Each shape on a graph represents an individual session, not an individual pitch. You’ll see different shapes lined up vertically. This is because multiple pitch types were thrown and tagged in that session. With your finger single tap a session (shape) on the graph. A number in a white box will appear next to the shape. This is the average of that pitch type for that metric for that session. In the upper left hand corner you’ll see the date of the session, as well as the pitch count of that session.
If you double tap on a dot on the graph, you will be taken into that historical session.