The scoring shown in the dashboard reflects your number of successfully completed game rounds over total game rounds.
For the scoring, only the ‘training sessions’ (not the ‘single challenge’ games) are taken into account. The training sessions should form part of a healthy lifestyle. Meanwhile, 'single challenge’ is primarily available for you to practice a particular game, if you don’t have much time, or if you really feel like playing your favorite game for a bit.
Each game has different cognitive area weightings, reflecting the main skills being challenged and stimulated by that particular game (x% memory, y% attention, etc.). Based on the weightings of each game, your game game score translates into cognitive area performance (memory, attention, problem-solving, visuo-spatial, mental agility).
There are two different charts in your dashboard.
- "Training Performance" (on the left) shows your aggregate score over time. Every time you complete a training session, the score from that session is added to the chart.
The chart reflects training discipline – the more training sessions that you complete, the higher your aggregate score – as well as performance: the better you perform at the training session, the higher your score for that session.
The score for a completed training session is calculated based on algorithms developed by neuroscientists. The key factors are ‘accuracy' (how many game rounds did you get right, e.g. 3 out of 5) and ‘top performance’ (what was the highest Level mastered during the game?).
- “Training Analysis” (on the right) translates your training session scores into the cognitive performance categories of memory, attention, problem solving, visuospatial, mental agility.
Each cognitive category weight is assigned to each training session game (e.g. discoball has a very high memory weight), and these weights are used to break down total score into cognitive category scores.
The radar chart category scores are cumulative and reflect your entire training history. “Available Score” (which pops-up when hovering over one of the radar chart’s dots) is the theoretical maximum score.
At this time, we are not able to show what an average score is or provide specific score goals. Instead, games are meant to help you improve your personal score. What’s most important is for your personal score to improve over time.