Practitioners in the field of applied behavior analysis rely on graphing software to display the data they collect during assess- ments. However, the graphing process can be cumbersome and procedures change as new versions of software programs are released. The current tutorial provides step-by-step instructions for graphing functional analysis data using Microsoft Excel 2016 for PCs. Instructions for creating functional analysis data depicted in reversal, latency, mulitielment, and trial-based functional analysis are provided. . . Keywords Graphing Functional analysis Excel In the field of applied behavior analysis, the utilization of creating graphs in Excel® 2016 that are commonly used graphs to interpret data is paramount. However, the pro- when conducting functional analyses: reversal, latency, cess of creating graphs can be cumbersome, a challenge and multielement design graphs, along with bar graphs which has been ameliorated in part by the publication of which are typically used when conducting trial-based func- tutorials which list out the steps necessary to create graphs tional analyses. This updated task analysis also includes using current popular software programs. Carr and directions for additional formatting options, such as chang- Burkholder (1998) outlined steps for creating graphs ing the size of symbols in the legend and re-positioning
Behavior Analysis in Practice – Springer Journals
Published: May 29, 2018
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