Thanks to some further funding in 2016 we've been able to enhance the features of the Meniere's Monitor.
We have worked on updating the user results section. So now when you login to your data you'll be able to:
The new features are discussed in more detail below.
Select the date range of interest using the start and end dates.
You can look at up to a 12 month period.
The summary will tell you:
The summary will also provide average monthly scores for your dizziness, tinnitus, aural fullness and hearing loss.
In the Summary section of your results there are a number of new features.
Firstly we use your data to see if there is a relationship between:
We selected these as we have seen interesting relationships in the overall data so we thought you might be interested to see what happens with your own data.
In the comparison section you are able to create your own bespoke plots as you were able to do before. However, we now give you a bit more information about potential relationships that might exist in the data. So you can now investigate whether any particular factors seem to influence your condition. For example, you might be interested to look at how salt influences your tinnitus. If you select salt and tinnitus it will plot you results and if you have at least 10 data points it will tell you whether the relationship is:
Correlations can be positive or negative:
If they are positive it means as one factor (e.g. salt) increases so does the other factor (e.g. tinnitus). If they are negative it means that as one factor increases the other decreases. The strength of the correlation tells you how well they are related - strong or very strong correlations are suggestive of a relationship between the two factors.