How your results are being presented and why

This article explains how we are calculating your results in the OKKO Health app and why.

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In the results screen, you'll be able to view your averaged weekly results for each test within the OKKO Health app.

In the image above, we see a user's results for the Contrast test. It's showing their weekly average results for both eyes, in the last 4 weeks.

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The results screen shows you your progress in the last 4 weeks.
The user above seems to have a slight improvement in both eyes since the last week of February. There are no results to show in the first week of March; This means that the user didn't complete any measurements on that week. 

The reason we are showing you your averaged weekly results, rather than results for each individual session, is because results naturally vary when measuring your vision in a non-controlled environment. Other factors cause variation as well, such as fatigue, mood etc. So to ensure we are presenting you with results that are as accurate as possible, we have decided to go for a scoring system that is calculated in weekly averages*. This also means that it is recommended to complete at least 3 measurements per week to ensure the most accurate results. 


*This is the reason you cannot view your results in the app in real-time. Instead, it can take up to 7 days to view your most recent results. (The result screen is updated every Monday)

How to navigate through the results screen.

 

If you have any further questions or concerns about the results screen, please raise a ticket with our team, and we will help you as soon as we can: 

www.okkohealth.com/support

Or, send us an email: support@okkohealth.com