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There are many different ways in which users can customize their graphs.  The "graph type" options will depend on the target or behavior type; they each have different options available to view according to how data are collected.  Below are the various elements of a graph that can be adjusted for personalization.   


DTT Graph Options

% Correct Responding

The % Correct Responding graph is the default setting for all DTT target types. This graph type option will graph the daily % correct responding on all trials that have been collected on one particular day. For instance, if you recorded 5 trials in one day, you will see one data point on the graph to represent that day's % correct responding. 

Prompt % Distribution

The Prompt % Distribution option is a pie chart of all of the prompts that have been scored for a particular target. This option is helpful when you are interested in viewing how often each prompt is scored; the pie chart format creates a visual of a target's prompt distribution. 

Prompt Counts

The Prompt Counts graph is a bar graph and displays the count for the number of times each particular prompt was scored. 

Trials By Prompts

The Trials by Prompts graph is a line graph that displays the number of times each prompt was scored. You will see each available prompt listed in the key, associated with a colored line. 

Daily Prompt %

The Daily Prompt % graph is a line graph of the % of times each prompt type was used on a given day.  This graph is much like the trials by prompt graph but here you will see the prompt percentage (specific prompt/number of trials X100) rather than the count. 

 

Time of Day

 

The Time of Day graph is a scatterplot that displays the time of day the DTT target data were collected.


 

 

 


Duration Graph Options

Total Duration

The Total Duration graph will show the daily total duration. The y axis will adjust according to the data that you score; if you've only recorded seconds the graph will populate the duration in seconds, but when you've recorded in minutes the graph will change the y axis to display duration in minutes.

Average Duration

The Average Duration graph will display the average duration of each day's worth of data. The y axis will adjust from seconds, minutes and hours according to the data that has been collected. 

Trial Count (Frequency)

The Trial Count graph for duration will display the trial count of each day's collection of duration data; i.e. every time you select to "start" and "save" your duration data that will count as one trial. 

Cumulative Duration

The Cumulative Duration graph will show the cumulative duration count over time; this data will build upon itself as you continue to take data. 

Duration Percentage

The Duration Percentage graph compares the student's actual performance to the goal set in the portal and displays it as a percentage (i.e., observed duration/goal duration X 100).  For example, if you want a student to read for 5 minutes and they read for 1 minute, the graph would display 20%.  

Time of Day 

The Time of Day graph is a scatterplot that displays the time of day the duration target data were collected.


 

 

 

 

 


Frequency Graph Options

Standard

The Standard Daily Frequency graph will show you the total frequency count for each day. 

Cumulative

The Cumulative Frequency graph will display a cumulative graph of your frequency counts across time. 

Time of Day 

The Time of Day graph is a scatterplot that displays the time of day the frequency target data were collected.



Fluency/Rate Graph Options

Count/Min, Count/15 Minutes, Count/30 Minutes, and Count/Hour

These graphs will each display the count per minute, 5 minutes, 10 minutes, 15 minutes, 30 minutes, or per hour; the y axis will change accordingly. 

Total Count

The Total Count graph will show you the tally count alone (or, the frequency) that was marked during data collection. 

Total Duration

The Total Duration graph will only display the duration that was recorded. 

Average Duration

The Average Duration graph will allow you to determine the average duration that has been recorded for this target over time.

Time of Day 

The Time of Day graph is a scatterplot that displays the time of day the fluency/rate target data were collected.



Echoic Graph Options

All

The "All" option will allow you to view your ratings for articulation, intonation, rhythm, speed and volume on the same graph. The y axis is on scale of 0-100.

By Prosody 

You can select articulation, intonation, rhythm, speed, and volume to view individually on the graph as well. 

Time of Day 

The Time of Day graph is a scatterplot that displays the time of day the echoic target data were collected.



Quantity Graph Options

Total Quantity

The Total Quantity graph type option will allow you to view the daily total quantity summary; the y axis will populate according to the data that is scored.  

Average Quantity

The Average Quantity graph will show you a daily average of the quantity data that has been recorded (i.e., total quantity score for the day/number of trials conducted X 100). 

Quantity Percentage

The Quantity Percentage graph is the same as the Average Quantity graph.

Cumulative Quantity

 The Cumulative Quantity graph displays the cumulative score of all quantity targets across time. 

Trial Count (Frequency)

The Trial Count feature for quantity targets will allow you to view the daily trial count that was recorded each day. 

Time of Day 

The Time of Day graph is a scatterplot that displays the time of day the quantity target data were collected.


 

 

 


Task Analysis Graph Options

% Steps Correct

The % Steps Correct graph will show you the percent of steps that have been scored (plus) 

If a step was not scored at all- they will not be factored into this graph. 

Step Performance

The Step Performance graph is a bar graph that will indicate the % of trials that were scored correct for each particular step.

Individual Steps

The Individual Steps graphs will allow you to view the % correct responding for each step by itself. You can also select to compare particular steps together by selecting the "shift" or "command" key. 

Time of Day 

The Time of Day graph is a scatterplot that displays the time of day the task analysis target data were collected.


 

 


Toileting Graph Options

Accidents vs. Successes

The Accidents vs. Successes graph displays the count for successes (listed in green) vs. accidents (listed in red).

Accidents by Type

You are able to view BM accidents vs. Urinary accidents. 

All Voids by Type

The voids by type graph will allow you to view BM successes/accidents as well as Urinary successes/accidents. 

Sit Duration- Total per Day

If you've recorded the "sit duration" along with your client's toileting data you can view the total "sit duration" for an entire day.

Sit Duration- Average per Day

The Sit Duration- Average per Day graph displays the average "sit duration" duration for each day.

Time of Day

The Time of Day graph will list accidents and successes as they were recorded in relation to the "time of day" that is recorded when the data is scored in the app. 

% of Sits Initiated 

The % of Sits Initiated graph displays the % of independently initiated sits- regardless of void or no void. 

% of Sits Voided 

The % of Sits Voided displays the percentage at which there was an actual void when the student sat down. 

Cumulative 

This Cumulative graph displays the cumulative total of accidents and successes over time.

No Void Frequency

The No Void Frequency line graph displays the frequency of sits with no void.

 

 

 

 

 

 


Partial Interval

Percentage of Intervals

The percentage of interval graph is a line graph that displays the percentage of intervals during which the target behavior occurred.


Time of Day 

The Time of Day graph is a scatterplot that displays the time of day the partial interval target data were collected.

 


Errorless Teaching Graph Options

% Correct Responding

The percentage correct responding graph plots the percentage of trials in which the target prompt level or a less intrusive prompt was used.  It is NOT a graph of true independence (i.e., no prompts needed) but rather if the student was able to complete the task with the targeted prompt level or a prompt that was categorized as less intrusive than the current prompt level.  For example, if the prompting hierarchy was physical, touch, gesture, and independent and the current prompt level was touch then any responses in which the student was able to complete the task at the touch, gesture, or independent level would be considered correct.

Prompt % Distribution

The Prompt % Distribution option is a pie chart of all of the prompts that have been scored for a particular target. This option is helpful when you are interested in viewing how often each prompt is scored; the pie chart format creates a visual of a target's prompt distribution. 

Prompt Counts

The Prompt Counts graph is a bar graph and displays the count for the number of times each particular prompt was scored. 

Trials By Prompts

The Trials by Prompts graph is a line graph that displays the number of times each prompt was scored. You will see each available prompt listed in the key, associated with a colored line. 

Daily Prompt %

The Daily Prompt % graph is a line graph of the % of times each prompt type was used on a given day.  This graph is much like the trials by prompt graph but here you will see the prompt percentage (specific prompt/number of trials X100) rather than the count. 

Transitions

The Transitions graph is only available for errorless teaching targets.  The graph displays the percentage of trials scored as correct across each prompt level.  A trial is considered correct if it is scored at the current prompt level or one of the less intrusive prompts.  For example in the graph on the left there are four prompt levels in the prompt schedule; full, partial, minimal, and independent.  Each series represents a different prompt level (i.e., green for full prompt, red for partial prompt, blue for minimal prompt, and orange for independent).  The green data path indicates that all trials conducted during the initial prompt level of full prompt were considered correct.  The data path also indicates that it took the learner four days (i.e., four data points) to meet the promotion criteria to partial prompt.  The red data path indicates data collected during the partial prompt phase.  Any trials scored as partial, minimal, or independent would be considered correct and graphed accordingly.  The blue data path indicates trials conducted during the minimal prompt phase.  All trials scored as minimal or independent would be considered correct.  Any trials scored as full or partial prompt would be considered incorrect.  Since there are four data points in the minimal prompt path you can conclude that it took the learner four days to meet the promotion criteria to move on to the independent phase.  The orange data path represents the independent phase of the prompt schedule.  Trials in this phase are only considered correct if the learner was able to perform the task without any prompts.

 

Transition Graph


 

 

Annotations

Add: Note, Condition Line, Goal Line

To add an annotation, select the desired graph and then Annotations > Add Annotations.  Select the type of annotation from the type list (note, condition line (or phase line) or goal line).   Select the line style (dashed, dash-dotted, dash-dot-dotted, dotted, or solid) and a label for the annotation.  A condition line will appear as a vertical line on your graph; the "baselined" and "mastered" condition lines will populate on their own accordingly. A goal line will require you to enter in the Y value and a label.

 

A note must always be attached to a particular data point on the graph; otherwise it will not appear.

 

You can select to add a condition line or note to one graph, several graphs, or ALL graphs by selecting the appropriate skill area and program from the drop down folder display.  If you do not select any areas from the folder display, the annotation will only appear on the current graph.

Edit

To edit a pre-existing annotation, select Annotations from the top of the graph then "View Annotations."  From there, a window will appear displaying all annotations created for that target graph.  Select "edit" beside that individual annotation that you would like to altar, make desired changes, then select "save."

 

Delete

To delete any of your annotations you can select Annotations>Delete. You will be given a list of all annotations that are associated with that graph and can select "delete." 

There is not a way to edit annotations; you will need to delete and add a new annotation if you need to make adjustments. 

Hide

If you do not wish to view any of your annotations on a graph you can select Annotations>Hide Condition Lines or Hide Notes and they will disappear from your graph until you've selected for them to reappear. 

 

 

The label will appear to the left of the condition line.


Comparisons

The comparisons option will allow you to compare multiple targets from various programs that are of the same "target type." When you select "comparisons" you can use the "shift" or "command" keys to select some or all targets to compare. The comparisons are represented on the graph with different color coded data paths.  A key at the bottom of the graph will indicate to which target each colored path belongs.

 

If you select to compare targets and you see a strange combination of numbers listed in the key- that would indicate that there is no data on some of the targets that you've selected to compare within the date change of the current graph. 

 

 


 

Technical Indicators

 Average

Selecting this option will pull up a "goal line" of the average across the graph's current date range. 

5-Day Moving Average

The 5-Day Moving Average will appear on the graph as a red line moving across the graph. 

Trend Line

The trend line will be indicated by red bar that will line itself across the data on the graph. 

Standard Deviation

You will see the standard deviation indicated on the graph by a light pink overlay. 

Trial Count

This will show a separate, linked, bar graph indicating the number of trials that make up a given data point.

Unique Therapist Count

When selected, this option will pull in a new graph below the current with the "count" for unique therapists and shows the number of distinct therapists that recorded data for a given data point.

Overlay IOA Data

After you enter in your IOA data in Actions>IOA Data you can add in the overlay on the graph by selecting Technical Indicators>IOA Overlay. 

 

 

 

 


 

Chart Settings

Split Data By Therapist

This option will work best for DTT, Jump-to, Quantity, Fluency, Task Analysis and Duration targets; it is not available for frequency target types or for behaviors. You will need more than one therapists working on a target for this graphing option to work. 

Split Data By AM/PM

The Split Data by AM/PM will allow you to see how your data performs in the morning and in the evenings. 

Show Data Point Values

When this is selected you can view each data point's value on the graph. 

Exclude Maintenance

You can select to exclude maintenance probes on your graph by selecting this option. 

Exclude Low Trial Count

This option will take away any data on the graph that has not met the target's "desired daily trials." If the target is set for 10 desired daily trial and only 5 trials were met in a day- that day's data point will be taken out of the graph. 

Black & White Graph

We have made black and white graphs an option for easy printing!

Date Range

The X- axis can be adjusted to fit a custom date range of your choosing or you can select out available options which include a 1 year view, 6 month view, year to date and more. 

 

 

 


Reset/Save

You can select to save or reset your graph. If "reset" is selected your annotations will remain. 

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