Each Next Gen Passport page includes:
Demographic information available at the top of the page with the athlete's
- Passport custodian
- Sport – discipline
- Passport status as defined by the adaptive model.
- Top chart
The top chart located at the top of the passport page includes by default all valid samples and their associated markers for the corresponding module displayed on the screen. No individual limits are displayed on this chart. It provides a rapid overview of the entire passport and the ability to overlay multiple markers.
Each marker line can be toggled on and off by clicking on the corresponding marker in the legend.
The slider at the bottom of the top chart allows to zoom into a specific area of the graph for better visibility. Users can also zoom in a section in the graph by selecting it (see image below). By double clicking on the graph, the zooming will be reverted to its default size.
- Charts: Middle Chart
The middle chart is analogous to the classical ABP graphs and is divided into multiple tabs corresponding respectively to the graphs of each marker, including the individual limits as calculated by the adaptive model of the displayed ABP module. The temporal view is the default display for the single marker graphs.
The information below is provided in each graph:
- A blue dotted line representing measured and reported value of the marker for each valid sample in the passport. The red dotted lines correspond to the individualized limits (high and low) calculated by the adaptive model of the displayed ABP module.
- When the user hovers a data point, as shown in the graph below, the month and year of the sample collection date and marker’s value are displayed.
The graph also includes :
- Information about other samples collected for the athlete is indicated in the space below the graph:
- “U” surrounded by an orange circle shows a collected urine sample
- “B” surrounded by an orange diamond shows a collected blood (serum) sample
- When a sample (ABP blood, urine or blood) has been collected in competition, it will be indicated with the symbol “C” in a green square. On hover, the competition date is displayed.
- Altitude: from the DCF supplemental form, if there is an altitude indicated, it will be shown in this section for the corresponding sample.
- Slider: the slider at the bottom of the middle chart allows zooming into the graph for better visibility on a specific area.
- Zooming: the user can also zoom in a section in the graph by selecting it. By double clicking on the graph, the zooming will be reverted to its default size.
- All Markers Graph
The "All Markers” is selected by default when the user land on the passport page. It displays the last 10 valid samples in an ordinal view in a single screen, including the individual limits as calculated by the adaptive model.
Actions Possible on Charts
The charts are displayed with the default specificity defined in their organization profile. However, the user can select a different specificity among the list of values (95.00,99.00, 99.90, 99.99 and any value that is superior to 50%) and click on the “Recalculate” button to update the middle graphs with new specificity. When the user leaves the passport page and opens another passport, the specificity value returns to the default value.