The Digital Biosensor Revolution created new means to register and analyze data from the nervous system. With this opportunity came the challenge of interpreting such data. Our lab has pioneered new ways to provide interpretability to the digital data that we collect using clinical inventories. Such inventories have numerical scores, and we can standardize the digital signals to characterize those ranges in a personalized manner. As part of our adaptation of the Precision Medicine model to problems in Psychiatry and Psychology, we have developed and tested multiple diagnostic tools to lend interpretability to the numerical data. In this way we combine subjective and objective criteria in ways that clinicians can relate to and accelerate their adoption in clinics, homes and schools.