How does Nanit decide the Optimal Gradient for the Weekly Dashboard?

Each value in the Weekly Dashboard shows your baby’s percentile information based on current scientific literature on infant sleep.  The grey check mark represents the average value from the scientific research studies listed below. The white represents the bottom 25% of babies and the darkest green color represents the top 25% of babies from these studies. Here is the list of sources that Nanit uses for these sleep percentiles:

Sadeh A. A brief screening questionnaire for infant sleep problems: validation and findings for an Internet sample. Pediatrics. 2004 Jun;113(6):570-7.

Mindell JA, Du Mond CE, Sadeh A, Telofski LS, Kulkarni N, Gunn E. Efficacy of an internet-based intervention for infant and toddler sleep disturbances. Sleep. 2011 Apr 1;34(4):451-8.

Sadeh A, Lavie P, Scher A, Tirosh E, Epstein R. Actigraphic home-monitoring sleep-disturbed and control infants and young children: a new method for pediatric assessment of sleep-wake patterns. Pediatrics. 1991 Apr;87(4):494-9.

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