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To close your Moodscope account go to your Profile page, scroll to the bottom of the page and under Account Actions there is a Close Account button. Please click on this and follow the instructions.
: The adjectives are those used in the PANAS, a test that has been extensively used by psychologists since the 1980s after its invention by David Watson, now at the University of Iowa.
To add a comment to a score on your graph, just click on the relevant node on the graph and it will bring up a dialogue box you can complete. You are allowed 800 characters for each day.
You can download or print out your graph by clicking on the ‘Export options…” button sitting just below the graph. You can choose to print it or download and save it as a PNG image or a JPEG image.
You can view your scores over a variety of time spans. Click on the ‘Choose period to view…’ button sitting just below the graph. You can choose Past 30 days, 90 days, 365 days or all time.
In one simple chart which takes the form of a ‘heat map’ you’ll be able to see at a glance how your scores for all twenty emotions have varied over the past 28 days.
Moodscope’s main focus of course is on giving you one simple overall score for your mood which we track for you from day to day. But there’s an enormous amount of data backing up this apparent simplicity. After all a Moodscope score is based on your responses to the twenty different emotion cards. So what might you learn from exploring your day-to-day scores for these underlying variables? Could you discover your emotional strengths and weaknesses? Very probably.
If you’re not seeing any, or many words on your Triggergam, or exactly the same words appear in both clouds, it’s likely that you’ve not yet added enough comments to get a meaningful result. Stick with it. Keep adding comments to your graph and you should soon see some helpful patterns emerging. If you click on the words in the clouds you’ll be able to view the actual comments that ‘fed’ them.
Moodscope automatically looks back over the last six months (or the entire time you’ve been using the site if it’s less than this) and picks out the comments you’ve added on your ten highest-scoring days, as well as those you’ve typed on your ten lowest-scoring days. It’s these two selections of text which are used to produce your Triggergrams - one for your best days in the past six months, the other for your lowest days.
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