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 then Learning Trees
  2. Select a learning tree
  3. Click the + on the right-hand side to add a branch and select Data Collection 
  4. Select Combined Graphs in the Data Type drop-down under “Data Collection Details”
  5. Click the checkbox on the left-hand side of each branch to merge onto a single graph
    • Or, enter the name of the branch in Please select the data items to combine
    • Optionally, change the line color by clicking the color picker on the right-hand side of each branch
  6. Click Save as a Draft

The Aim Star (goal line) will display as a star on the combined graph, if one was established on a data branch.

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

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

Please 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) setup is most optimal 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

Within learning trees, users can filter and view graphs in multiple ways using options found below the graph.

  1. Navigate to the Learn module, select Clinical, and then Learning Trees
  2. Select a learning tree
  3. When viewing a graph, hover over data points to display data history and aggregation

  4. Click the checkboxes below to filter the graph:

    • Per Provider: separates data paths across providers
    • Gridlines: toggles gridlines on and off in the graph
    • Data Labels: add data labels to the graph
  5. Click the Standard drop-down and then Data to change the view of the 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

Please note, all combined graphs 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