Understanding quality charter

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The quality tab of your night card lets you know at a glance if your sleep hours have been efficient. The radar is calculated based on 5 key axes from the night data that is provided by the algorithm, and data from all Dreemers.
 
Sleep Onset: the closer the tip is to the outside of the circle, the less time it took to fall asleep. 
Agitation: The closer the tip is to the outside of the circle, the less restless you have been during the night. 
Fragmentation: The closer the tip is to the outside of the circle, the less your sleep was fragmented, meaning a lot of changes in your sleep stages. 
Deep sleep: The closer the tip is to the outside of the circle, the deeper you have been sleeping during the night. 
Awakenings: the closer the tip is to the outside of the circle, the less awakenings you had during the night.
In summary, the bigger your radar, the better your sleep.
 
How is the value of the axes calculated?
Axis is calculated by comparing your sleep data with all Dreem users. For each axis, the middle circle is the average of the Dreemers, making it easy to compare yourself to other Dreemers. We will also introduce your own average in a future update.
 
 

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