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The latest version of Behavior Status 3.1 took me a lot longer than I had planned, due to a couple technical challenges I ran into. The first main problem was coming up with an initial list of stats which could both be export and displayed as a graph. Nonetheless, it is now available with the following list of new features:
- Statistics and Graphing
- 24 hour time display
Added to better support time Internationalization
- Sort Problem children to the top
Mainly useful for teachers to make it easier to get to record the status for those problem children …
Statistics and Graphing
This feature has been requested over and over as I could not count the number of emails I have requesting this feature. Unfortunately, there was a lot of ground work that needed to be laid first. To access this feature you first will need to update to the latest version of code and have the Behavior Status Donate version installed as well. Once you launch the app you should notice a new graph icon on the right side list of children.
Clicking on this icon will then send you to the new screen for choosing stats parameters as shown below.
As you can see you can provide a Date Range for filtering as well as choose between two different types of stats. The data produced for these two stats can either be displayed as a graph or exported as a CSV file for further analysis. A Next button is displayed at the bottom but just off screen. If the child you selected uses Specific Behavior tracking then you will be sent to a new screen to allow you to choose which behaviors to include in the stats as shown below. This is particularly useful for those trying to find correlations between one or more behaviors
If you choose to perform the export at this point you will see a generating dialog as well as a complete message. Otherwise the selected graph will appear as the following examples show the two different types currently available … Anyways, I hope you enjoy this release and find it useful. And as always, please keep the feedback coming in.