Help - Athlete Analysis

The athletes swim times history is converted into FINA 2019 points and plotted in relation to the age of the swimmer.
Short and long course times are shown in the same plot:
These curves are an approximation of the Rudolph point table.
Rudolph points are a measure of the simmers age-appropriate performance. They base on the analysis of swim results of german swimmers and were developed by Dr. Klaus Rudolph. Note that swimmers reaching high Rudolph points at an early age does not necessarily mean that they become the future top athletes.

This curve approximates the FINA points needed to reach a specific rank. The approximation bases on results of season 2016-2019 top times LCM of 10-19 years old swimmers. Supported nations:

650 FINA Data Channel Curves (available in "Profound Analysis")
60% of the athletes that reach at least 650 FINA points in their career passes the inner band of the 650 FINA data channel. The outer band covers 95% of those athletes.
The statistics bases on swimmers, licensed by the swiss swimming federation. Each season (01 Sept - 31 Aug), the swimmer's top 3 FINA results are averaged. Thus, the analysis suits best when analysing the progress over multiple seasons.

Help - Club/Region/Nation Analysis

The association analysis bases on the athletes individual top 3 seasonal results. The results are converted into FINA 2019 points:

Landscape Diagram
Gives an overview of the individual club position within the 'Landscape'. The Y axis reflects the top performance of the club whereas the X axis shows the broad performance.

Progress Diagram
Shows the club/region/nation progress during the last decade.

Performance Distribution Diagram
The diagram shows the performance distribution across the agegroups. The niveaus are derived from Rudolph points: Rudolph points calculation:
Rudolph points are only defined for LCM. However, Rudolph points for SCM are derived via FINA points:

Athlete Numbers Diagram
Shows the athlete numbers on the level of club/region/nation. The following cases are considered: