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Since 1996, InetSoft's report builder has helped analysts and developers save time by providing tools that pair report design aspects like report layout, elements, and scripting with robust data capabilities that include data mashup, and real-time reporting and publishing.

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  • Experience a shallow learning curve for business users; only Excel-level skills needed
  • Makes it easy for analysts & administrators; no SQL experience required
  • Scales up with zero-client deployment and no per-user licensing
  • Provides maximum self-service through ad hoc and visualization analysis
  • Enables self-service also at data level: end-user defined data mashup  
  • Address advanced and mass needs
  • Run on a high performance, secure infrastructure
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What Does a Kinesiologist Look at in Data Reports?

Kinesiologists, who specialize in the study of human movement and biomechanics, analyze various types of data reports to assess and improve physical performance, prevent injuries, and optimize rehabilitation programs. Here are some key aspects that kinesiologists typically examine in data reports:

  1. Biomechanical Data: Kinesiologists analyze biomechanical data captured through motion capture systems, force plates, wearable sensors, or video analysis software. This data provides insights into joint angles, muscle activity, forces, and movement patterns during physical activities such as walking, running, jumping, or lifting. By examining biomechanical data, kinesiologists can identify movement abnormalities, asymmetries, or inefficiencies that may contribute to injury risk or performance limitations.

  2. Kinematic Parameters: Kinesiologists evaluate kinematic parameters such as velocity, acceleration, range of motion, and joint kinematics to assess movement quality and efficiency. Kinematic data helps kinesiologists understand how individuals move and adapt to different tasks or environments, enabling them to identify factors that may impact performance or contribute to musculoskeletal injuries.

  3. Muscle Activation Patterns: Kinesiologists analyze electromyography (EMG) data to assess muscle activation patterns during physical activities. EMG data provides information about the timing, intensity, and coordination of muscle contractions, allowing kinesiologists to identify muscle imbalances, weaknesses, or compensatory strategies that may affect movement performance or predispose individuals to injury.

  4. Gait Analysis: Kinesiologists conduct gait analysis to assess walking or running patterns and identify abnormalities or asymmetries that may impact gait mechanics or contribute to musculoskeletal injuries. They examine spatiotemporal parameters such as step length, cadence, and stance phase duration, as well as kinematic and kinetic variables such as joint angles, ground reaction forces, and moments.

  5. Performance Metrics: Kinesiologists use performance metrics such as speed, power, agility, endurance, and strength to evaluate physical performance and track progress over time. They analyze performance data from fitness tests, functional assessments, or sport-specific evaluations to identify strengths, weaknesses, and areas for improvement in individuals or athletes.

  6. Injury Risk Factors: Kinesiologists assess various factors that may increase the risk of musculoskeletal injuries, such as poor movement mechanics, muscle imbalances, overuse patterns, or inadequate conditioning. They analyze data reports to identify modifiable risk factors and develop targeted interventions, such as corrective exercises, neuromuscular training, or ergonomic modifications, to reduce injury risk and improve performance.

  7. Rehabilitation Progress: Kinesiologists monitor rehabilitation progress by tracking objective measures such as range of motion, strength, flexibility, and functional capacity. They use data reports to evaluate the effectiveness of rehabilitation interventions, adjust treatment plans as needed, and guide individuals through the recovery process to optimize outcomes and return to pre-injury levels of function.

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