Viewing Statistical Data

How to view the data generated from tags

FL-UX generates statistics and organizes video clips by event tag, player, and creator of the scene. This video goes through how to view the data generated by tags.

What kind of data can FL-UX produce?

FL-UX is able to produce a heatmap, event timeline, player involvement, and outcome breakdown of events. All of this can be filtered to refine the scene search and show the video clips. The main filter allows players to only view their plays, or it allows coaches to view by event types to get numbers like shots on target, the number of crosses, 50-50 challenge win rates, etc. 

To view the data generated from tags, you must first fully tag the video footage. 

Once the video is tagged, switch to the tag view from the timeline view by clicking on “TAG” which is located near the top left of the screen.

When you click on “TAG” it will take you to this screen. This is currently in the scene sequence view. Click on “Play Video” to switch to the video view to see the data and the video side-by-side.

The main filter can be switched by clicking at the drop-down menu that is right next to “TAG” towards the top left of the screen.

“EVENT/OPTION” allows you to see the list of event tags and the occurrence of each type.

“PLAYER” allows you to see the list of players and the number of times they were tagged (number of plays) in the game.

“USER” allows you to see the list of scenes created by each user that is in the channel. 

When you choose “EVENT/OPTION”, it will show you this screen. There is a list of event tags on the left side of the screen, and data display below the video. 

Be sure to select “DATA” from the viewing option section which is located towards the left side of the screen.

 

The number in the circle is how many times the event tag has been made for this video. When you select one of the event tags, you can see the number breakdown of the event by the options.

For example, the red team had a total of 14 shots (“SHOT” in red), of which 4 of them were on target.  

When you choose “PLAYER”, it will show you this screen. There is a list of players on the left side of the screen and data display below the video.

Be sure to select “DATA” from the viewing option section which is located towards the left side of the screen.

The number in the circle is the number of plays the player was involved in based on the tags that were made during the analysis. When you select one of the players, you can see the breakdown of involvements by event tags (play types). 

For example, Midfielder 8 had a total of 18 involvements, of which 7 of them were “Won Possession”. 

There are three viewing options; “SEQUENCE”, “INPUT”, and “DATA”. “SEQUENCE” displays the scenes in a timeline view in the Data Display section.

“INPUT” displays the analysis tools (tagging board and sketching board) in the Data Display section, so that you can create additional scenes and attach tags and sketches.

“DATA” displays a heatmap (FIELD), the timeline of plays (TIME), players involved (PLAYER), and outcome of the plays (OPTIONS).

When you select “DATA”, something similar to the picture on the left will be shown.

Here you can filter the data to only view certain types of scenes. For example, if I wanted to see shots made in the second half between 0-15 minutes, I can select it under “TIME”. 

The software then adjusts the display and the numbers according to the filter. In this case, there were 4 shots made in that time range, and 2/4 of them were on target. You can also see who took those shots under “PLAYER”, and see that particular scene by selecting it from the far left (Scene List section).

Additional Resources

Learn how to add tags to a scene to add more information to the scene to gain deeper insights into your game. Tags are useful for filtering many scenes faster and it is used to generate statistics, which gives another angle to view your game.

Check out our tag customization page to learn how to create event tags that meet your analysis needs. 

Learn how to prepare a video to more efficiently analyze your games. This page goes through how to add game information to the videos. These include date and time, match type, home and away teams, and starting lineups.