Matter of Great Consequence: The Standard Celeration Chart (CP)
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Richard Kubina, Ph.D., BCBA-D Presented at the 2017 Michigan Autism Conference
Abstract: The most popular time series visual display used in practice and research is the linear graph. Recent inquiry into fields such as behavior analysis and special education demonstrates widespread variability with how practitioners and researchers construct graphs. One study showed an 85% error construction rate across approximately 4,400 line graphs. Graphs serve a critical function for people receiving treatment: analysis, interpretation, decision making, and communication of results. The Standard Celeration Chart offers a solution at least 10x better than nonstandard linear graphs for all of the previously listed outcomes. All people with ASD who receive treatment across time deserve the most responsive and information-rich statistical graphic available. The following presentation will provide reason and evidence showing how the Standard Celeration Chart offers high caliber visual representations of data and precision metrics and analytics. Better data analysis fosters sound decision making and accelerated achievement of outcomes.