Graph Types and Manual Data

Learn / Clinical / Graph Types and Manual Data Adding Archival/Corrective Data

To add archival/corrective data:

  1. Navigate to the Learn module, select Clinical, and Learning Trees
  2. Choose a learning tree and click on a branch
  3. Select the Add Data tab and then Add Data
  4. After clicking Add Data, a green checkmark will identify what data parts are coded as, which is known as the “Current Phase.” Click on the current phase
  5. Select Intended Phase for Archival/Corrective Data
    • Please note, if attempting to add data outside of the phase coded as “current,” a warning will appear
      • “The current phase is X. Manual data entry as Y may code data points outside of the intended phase”
    • Clicking will override all data coding of goals
      • This tool is predominantly used as an alternative to attaching criterion to goals (E.g. A user will advance data point coding manually)
  6. Enter Data Points, optional Date/time Recorded, and an optional comment
    • Percent Independent
      • Trial by trial coding
    • Percent Correct
      • Trial by trial coding and independently code a prompting hierarchy
      • Total coding (# out of Total)
    • Task Analysis
      • Step by Step coding
    • Time Sampling
      • Interval by interval coding or Total coding (# out of intervals)
    • Rate
      • Count/Time
    • Duration
      • Time
    • Frequency
      • Total Count
    • Rating Scale
      • Likert Scale
    • Score
      • Total Score
  7. Click Graph Data or Graph Data + Add Another to stay on the current page

Learn / Clinical / Graph Types and Manual Data How to Override Criterion and Data Point Coding

When using prompts & criterion, the user can override a current phase to either jump forward, move backward, or override the current criterion altogether.

  • For example, Move from Baseline to Maintenance, move from Generalization to Intervention, etc

To override criterion & data point coding:

  1. Navigate to the Learn module, select Clinical, and Learning Trees
  2. Click on a learning tree and select a Data Branch 
  3. Click the  Edit tab
  4. Scroll to Criteria and Prompting Settings

4. Use the checkmark on the right-hand side to select a new phase

5. Click Done Editing

  • When overriding criterion, the criterion are reset – (E.g. Existing data points from the previous phase not considered) for advancement/regression

6. Select  Add Data

7. Click Set as Current to select the new phase

  •   Indicates the current phase
  • Changes how data points display in raw data (E.g. Baseline, Intervention, Generalization, and Maintenance) 
  • Allows filtering by phase on graphs
  • Using criterion will automatically shift data point phase coding, and this step is only necessary when moving across phases as opposed to within (E.g. Phase 1 of intervention to phase 2)

Learn / Clinical / Graph Types and Manual Data Goal Lines

To enter goal lines:

  1. Navigate to the Learn module, select Clinical, and Learning Trees
  2. Choose a learning tree and click on a branch
  3. Select the Add Data tab and then Set Goal

4. Set a Goal Value

5. Set an Achieve by date

6. Add an optional comment

7. Select Add Target Goal (Single) or  Add Target Goal + Add Another (Tiered)

Learn / Clinical / Graph Types and Manual Data Single Phase Change/Event Lines

To enter single phase change/ event lines:

  1. Navigate to the Learn module, select Clinical, and Learning Trees
  2. Choose a learning tree and click on a branch
  3. Select the + Add Data tab and then Add Phase Change
  4. Phase Change Lines
    • Solid Black Line (Change to Conditions)
    • Breaks Data Path
    • Select the Target Level
    • Select  Add Data 
    • Select Add Phase Change
    • Name Phase Change
    • Establish Phase Label to Appear to Right or Left of Phase Change Line
    • Establish date of phase change
    • Provide Optional Comment (Lives in Raw Data)
    • Select Add Phase Change 
  5. Select the Add Event tab at the top of the screen
  6. Event Line(s)
    • Singular or Dual Purple Lines (Setting Event)
    • Overlay Data (No Beaks)
    • Select the Target Level
    • Select  Add Data
    • Select Add Event Line
    • Name Event Line
    • Establish Start/End Date & Time (Optional: End)
    • Provide Optional Comment (Lives in Raw Data)
    • Select Add Event

Learn / Clinical / Graph Types and Manual Data Bulk Phase Change/Event Lines

  • Phase Change/Event Lines to all Data branches in a Learning Tree
    • Select the Binder Level
    • Branch Options
    • Bulk add Phase Change/Event Line
  • Phase Change/Event Lines to all Data branches within a Long Term Goal (Domain)
    • Select the Long Term Goal Level
    • Branch Options
    • Bulk add Phase Change/Event Line
  • Phase Change/Event Lines to all Data branches in a Short Term Goal (Program)
    • Select the Short Term Goal Level
    • Branch Options
    • Bulk add Phase Change/Event Line
  •  Phase Change/Event Lines to a single Data branch
    • Select the Data branch
    • Branch Options
    • Bulk add Phase Change/Event Line

Note: Phase/Event Lines placed in bulk must be deleted individually to correct an error of input

  • Phase Change Lines 
    • Solid Black Line (Change to Conditions)
    • Breaks Data Path
    • Name Phase Change
    • Establish Phase Label to Appear to Right or Left of Phase Change Line
    • Establish date of phase change
    • Provide Optional Comment (Lives in Raw Data)
  • Event Line(s) 
    • Singular or Dual Purple Lines (Setting Event)
    • Overlay Data (No Breaks)
    • Name Event Line
    • Establish Start/End Date and Time of event (Optional End Date)
    • Provide Optional Comment (Lives in Raw Data)

Learn / Clinical / Graph Types and Manual Data Combined Graphs

To create a Combined Graph:

  1. Navigate to the Learn module, select Clinical, and Learning Trees
  2. Click the + on the right-hand side to add a branch 
  3. Select Data Collection

4. Under the Data Collection section, in the Data Type drop-down, select Combined Graphs

5. In the Please select the data items to combine. search bar, select branches to merge onto a single graph

  • Optional: Change line color 

6. Click Save as a Draft

7. If an Aim Star (Goal Line) is established on a Data Branch, it will be displayed as a  on the Combined Graph

8. Combined graphs that have 0-100 Y-Axis (X-axis not available)

  • Percent Correct
  • Percent Independent
  • Task Analysis
  • Time Sampling

Note: Combined Graphs (Data Branches) may be substituted for Short Term Goal Branches (Cumulative Branches), and still function as a Cumulative Graph (as long as targets are tiered underneath). This workflow is an option, however, a 3 tier (Cumulative, Cumulative, Data) set up is most optimal overall for porting goals into Notes/Forms.

Learn / Clinical / Graph Types and Manual Data Prompt Graphs

  1. Navigate to the Learn module, select Clinical, and Learning Trees
  2. Select a learning tree
  3. Click on a data collection branch and scroll down to the bottom of the graph
  4. Select the Standard drop-down, select Prompt, then Utilization %, and then choose a type of graph to display
  5. Graphs will populate automatically if Prompts are tied to Targets
    • Bar Graphs
    • Line Graphs
    • Pie Charts
    • Donut Chart
  6. Provides display of systematic prompt fading by utilizing Graph Truncation
    • Zoom 
    • Date Range 
    • Blue Navigation Bar

Learn / Clinical / Graph Types and Manual Data Data Graph Options

  1. Navigate to the Learn module, select Clinical, and Learning Trees
  2. Select a learning tree
  3. When viewing a graph, click the Per Provider, Gridlines, and Data Labels boxes, and click on the Phases at the bottom to filter the graph

    • Data Points
      • Hovering over data points to display data history & aggregation
    • Per Provider
      • Separates data paths across providers

    • Gridlines
      • Toggles Gridlines off
    • Data Labels
      • Adds Data Labels
    • Filters 
      • Toggles off Phases (data point coding from criterion), Phase Change/Event Lines, & Goal Lines

Graph Types

  1. Navigate to the Learn module, select Clinical, and then Learning Trees
  2. Select a learning tree
  3. When viewing a graph, click the Standard drop-down at the bottom to change the graph’s view, and select Data
    • Standard
      • Default Graph

    • Average Daily
      • Aggregates all data points within days

    • Average Weekly
      • Aggregates all data points within weeks

    • Average Monthly
      • Aggregates all data points within months
    • Average Quarterly
      • Aggregates all data points within quarters
    • Total Daily
      • Adds all data points within days

    • Total Weekly
      • Adds all data points within weeks

    • Total Monthly 
      • Adds all data points within months
    • Total Quarterly
      • Adds all data points within quarters
    • Standard With Trendline
      • Generates a line from Intervention through Maintenance phases

    • Task Analysis
      • Allows view of systematic prompt fading for TA graphs

Note: All aggregated graphs will display Phase Change Lines as a .

Learn / Clinical / Graph Types and Manual Data Cumulative Graphs

Cumulative Branches

  • Indirect & Automatic Data Collection
  • Graphs the Number of Mastered Branches Below

Graph Options

Goal Status

  • Indicates Status from Goal Tab
  • Changes icon  & Display 

Graph Truncation

  • Zoom 
  • Date Range 
  • Blue Navigation Bar 

Branch Tier

Download Hamburger  

  • Download Visual with or without blue navigation bar
    • PNG
    • JPEG
    • SVG

Filters 

  • Weekly Count
  • Total Count
  • Linear Regression

Graph Generator 

  • Cumulative Weekly Graph

  • Cumulative Monthly

  • Cumulative Quarterly

  • Percent Weekly

  • Percent Monthly

  • Percent Quarterly