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Comparison of data vault values of TYP members

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harry35

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Posted: 3/23/2009 10:41:30 PM
 
HH, unless I'm missing it, there doesn't appear to be an easy way to display the value of a single parameter (like HDL-C or small LDL-P or Calcium Score) in the data vault for all members who have entered that kind of public data. To see how your numbers compare with all the others, you would have to bring up each member's data separately and write down the value(s) of interest, then go to the next member, repeat, etc., etc for all members. That process is so laborious that I doubt if anyone would do it.

It would be very useful if we could enter the parameters we are interested in and click on a button labeled "compare all members" and have a list come up showing each member and his/her current value for the parameter of interest.

Alternatively, just getting a summary of the mean, standard deviation, count, high, and low values in the data vault for a given parameter would be almost as good if displaying all the data is too difficult to program.
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Posted: 4/5/2009 12:39:28 AM
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harry:

Great idea!  We'll make certain to add that feature in.  As always, can't promise exactly when but it is a winner!

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Posted: 4/16/2009 9:13:07 PM
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I second the motion.  I was just trying to do the same thing to see how many people were in the over 1,000 club along with me :-(
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