Nicole C. answered • 11/16/12

Increase confidence in math and science, chemistry, algebra II

Devorah H.

asked • 11/14/12will also need to plot second line (like in a scatter plot or line graph). The point is to show the baseline points all Then need to plot times of those days the kid did the behavior. how do i do this?connected, then another points connected after the behavioral intervention (to compare both on the same graph if possible). I have microsoft word or excel. Can you explain how to do this simply since i do not know much about graphing on the computer. thanks. also, if its easier i think i'm allowed to do a bar graph instead, but the teacher prefers line graph or scatter plot.

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Nicole C. answered • 11/16/12

Increase confidence in math and science, chemistry, algebra II

Using Word 2007
Click INSERT
Click CHART
A pop-up box will come up
(on left column) Click LINE
(on the right) Click: I like the one WITH MARKERS, but up to you, make sure you choose one that has more than one line as an option
Click OK
You should have a graph and excel sheet pop up.
Your x-axis are currently: categories
Your y-axis are currently: just numbers
On the excel sheet:
Change the names of the categories to: behavior 1, behavior 2, etc. by
selecting the box in excel and just typing in what you want it to say
Change the Series to: baseline and post intervention
Input the time data in military time, so pm = 1300, 1400, etc.
This is just a starting point. I think once you get started you will be able to make any further adjustments you need/prefer. Name things however you want, I was just generically working here.
Good Luck

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