Visual analysis has a long and distinguished history in the analysis of single case design. Researchers and practitioners rely on visual analysis to determine effects and judge the significance of progress. This involves interpreting data by employing level, trend, and variability of the data.
Yet visual analysis has come under scrutiny for not offering any metrics and relying on subjective interpretations of data. Visual analytics provides data enabled visual representations quantifying important patterns of change. Visual analytics also can reveal relationships between a client’s behavior and the precise effects of an intervention.
One tool equips behavior change engineers with exquisite visual analytics: The Standard Celeration Chart. Come and join Chartlytics to learn how visual analytics can help you solve more problems, make better decisions, and help your clients achieve at an accelerated rate.
Here's what else you can expect to learn:
- How to conduct visual analysis with linear graphs.
- Limitations of visual analysis on linear graphs.
- How to conduct visual analysis on Standard Celeration Charts.
- Visual analytics as a supplement to visual analysis
Rick Kubina, Ph.D., BCBA-D, is Director of Research at CentralReach, cofounder of Chartlytics, Professor of Special Education at Penn State University, and author of The Precision Teaching Book.
Rick taught special education in a private schools specializing in post acute brain trauma rehabilitation for three years. During his doctoral program, Rick worked as a graduate teaching assistant for the Great Lakes Regional Resource Center. He was the editor of the Journal of Precision Teaching and Celeration and is the author of many publications.