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The duration measure allows you to track the amount of time a target behavior occurs. There are three options when setting up the duration instrument: 1) Stopwatch 2) Manual 3) Fixed. To learn more about the Duration Instrument and how to use it, please see the article in our Knowledge Base.
Concurrency rules determine how many sets, targets, and phases are exercised at a given time and in what order they are presented. Basic Mode allows users to set up rules for Targets, Target Sets, and Phases that work for common cases. Advanced Mode is still available for more complex program concurrency workflows. Here is a more detailed article about Concurrency.
Add a timer to a measure as a tool to help users know when to collect data or end an interval. In the below example, the timer can be used just like an external timer and the alarm will go off if the target is open. The second measure in this example is a Duration Fixed which allows the frequency of behavior to be divided by the fixed time specified to display the rate per hour.
You can add goal description to programs, sets and targets. Eventually, these fields can be pulled into reports. We recommend adding goal descriptions to all programs to prepare for the reports feature coming later this year.
The target caption has been renamed to “Key Instruction/Text” and moved display just above the Measure and Instrument. The “Key Instruction/Tex” is best used for a short instruction that’s important to clarify the target (e.g. the SD, examples of the SD, instructions on how to occasion the behavior).