Brain Fitness Pro displays daily and historical Progress Charts. The daily charts allow you to review your progress in a session or adjust your training approach during a session. The historical charts provide a record of your overall progress on an exercise. Very often while we may feel we're not improving, the history chart shows otherwise.
N-level Progress Chart
The N-level Progress Chart for a session shows the absolute value of n for each block.
The historical N-level Progress Chart for an exercise shows the average value of n achieved for each session so far. (The program uses the value of n achieved at the completion of a block to calculate the average.)
The Success Factor progress charts for a session display the number of correctly matched items - visual, aural, and combined - for each block.
The historical Success Factor progress charts for an exercise shows the average Success Factor achieved by session for each session so far.
Hit & Miss Factors
The Hit & Miss Factor progress charts for a session provide a sense of the number of correctly or incorrectly matched pairs in the course of a Double Gapmatch or Nines exercise by block.
The Hit Factor provides an n-weighted measure of your success at correctly identifying the matches in a sequence.
The Miss Factor provides an n-weighted measure of your success at avoiding errors in a sequence.
An upward rise in either or both of these factors indicates an improvement in your performance.
The historical Hit & Miss Factor progress chart for an exercise displays the average Hit & Miss Factors achieved by session for each session so far.
The Precision measure for a session gives feedback on your success at identifying matches with as few errors as possible. If your Precision score drops it could mean that you're guessing too much; you may want to invest extra focus into avoiding identifying a match unless you are sure it is correct.
The Confidence measure for a session gives feedback on your success at identifying matches. If your Confidence score drops it could mean that you're being too cautious.
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