TuAnalyze screenshots

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MAY 2010: TuDiabetes.org, a social network for people touched by diabetes, has partnered with Children’s Hospital Boston in the creation and launch of a new application called “TuAnalyze.” The application enables members to submit a key health metric known as Hemoglobin A1C as part of a massive data donation drive.

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  • Canvas: About TuAnalyze Screen
  • Profile: Show as Graph screen.
  • Profile: Edit or Show as Table screen.
  • Profile: A1c% Help
  • Profile: A1c% Edit Screen
  • Profile: Research Settings Screen.
  • TuAnalyze screenshots

    1. 1. TuAnalyze Screenshots Launch (May 2010)
    2. 2. The message you get if you access the TuAnalyze Community map but You are not logged into TuDiabetes:
    3. 3. The message you get if you access the TuAnalyze Community map but You have not created a TuAnalyze account yet.
    4. 4. When you click on the link at the top of the Community Map to create a TuAnalyze account:
    5. 5. When you click the Start Tracking button from the previous screen. This is where you create your TuAnalyze account:
    6. 6. The first screen you get after you create a TuAnalyze account:
    7. 7. The message you get if you access the TuAnalyze Community map but You have not submitted any A1c data:
    8. 8. The screen you are sent to when you click on the “add an A1c measurement” link in the previous screen:
    9. 9. The message you get if you access the TuAnalyze Community map and You have entered data but set your sharing preference to Research Only.
    10. 10. This screen shows a user who has changed their settings to “Grouped”:
    11. 11. Display of graph for aggregate A1c% data for the state of MA. This user has entered A1c data and has MA as his profile state. Therefore, his most recent A1c% measurement is superimposed on the graph.
    12. 12. The user has clicked on a state other than his or her profile state. His or her most recent A1c% is not superimposed over this graph. This is only done for the user's profile state.
    13. 13. Display of Table 1 for aggregate A1c data for the state of MA.
    14. 14. Display of Table 2 for aggregate A1c data for the state of MA.

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