Exporting ForceDecks Results
There are several ways to export data from ForceDecks, which are customisable to varying degrees.
The different types of data exports available are:F
PDF Result Reports
PDF Result Reports are the most visual ForceDecks reports, and therefore commonly used for communicating with individuals (profiles) and between teams.
PDF Result Reports essentially mirror the Results Dashboard and Results Table. Therefore the data displayed on those screens will flow into the PDF Result Report.
This data includes:
- Test Details
- Main Results:
- Performance result graphs
- Asymmetry result graphs
- Results Table
Download an Example PDF Result Report
Excel Result Reports
Excel Results Reports contain much of the information as PDF Result Reports, however their format in Excel makes them suitable for importing into other systems and/or subsequent data interrogation.
An Excel Result Report can be generated for either:
- One test; or
- Multiple tests
Multiple tests, by multiple profiles can be selected for an Excel Result Report, provided they are all the same Test Type.
Download an Example Excel Result Report.
Raw Data Reports (Excel)
Raw Data Reports contain only raw time-series data from a test, e.g. no results. Therefore, these reports are typically only used by advanced users looking to perform their own analyses in Excel or other data analysis software (which is typically a time-consuming process).
- Summary information
- Raw Time (s) data
- Left Force (N) data
- Right Force (N) data
Custom Reports (Excel) and Export Profiles
Custom reports can be generated to export as many profile test results as you require. These reports are exported from the Tests page and enable Export Profiles to be created.
- Result data;
- Test types; and
Export Profiles are commonly used to create specific formats to easily import ForceDecks data into a third-party system, or where a user has a specific workflow and/or data format in mind.