Date of Award
Master of Arts
Dr. R. Wayne Fuqua
Dr. Ron Van Houten
Dr. Alan Poling
Excel 2013tm, Graphing-tutorial, Single-subject-design, student-training, task-analysis
Masters Thesis-Open Access
The development of graphing skills for the behavior analyst is an ongoing process. Specialized graphing software is often expensive, not widely disseminated, and may require specific training. Dixon, et al. (2009) provided an updated task analysis (Carr & Burkholder, 1998) in the widely used platform Excel 2007. Vanselow and Bourret (2012) provided online tutorials outlining some alternate methods also using Office 2007. This article serves as an update to those task analyses with alternative and under-utilized methods in Excel 2013. To examine the utility of our recommendations twelve psychology graduate students were presented with the task analyses and the experimenters evaluated usability and utility based on their performance and feedback. The task analyses were rated favorably.
Deochand, Neil, "Phase Change Lines, Scale Breaks and Trend Lines Using Excel 2013TM" (2015). Masters Theses. 622.