Action Log - Live Editing




The most recent set of actions recorded can be edited during live play via the enhanced "Action Log" in FIBA LiveStats (FLS) V7. As seen below, the "Action Log" contains a vertical list of actions on the right-side of the program that gradually develops as the game progresses and actions are entered:


Importantly, statisticians have the option to open an action/sequence by selecting it from the "Action Log". Once the action that you wish to view/edit has been selected, a window will appear with all the options that are available for that action, in accordance with the relevant sequence:


In this example (Shot Made) - Statisticians will see the option to edit the following: 1) Shot location, 2) Shot outcome = made or missed, 3) Player who attempted the shot, 4) Fast break points or not, 5) Relevant shot type, 6) Player credited with the assist (or not), 7) Time when the shot occurred:


You will then have the option to "Proceed" if the action has correctly been edited, or to “Flag and Proceed” if the action may require further review at a later stage: 

 

Similarly, with Foul actions, statisticians will now see the option to "Live Edit" from the "Action Log" and then "Proceed" if the action has correctly been edited, or to “Flag and Proceed” if the action may require further review at a later stage: