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You can select multiple views of your graphs. View by session shows the original view of one data point for each session. View by day aggregates all session data for each day to display an average daily data point. View by week aggregates all sessions in that week to display an average weekly data point.
A target can be assigned or transition to multiple target states (Track, Train, Assess, Maintain, Completed). Inactive has been replaced with Deactivated and two new inactive states have been added; Known and On Hold.
Known are for targets that have been Mastered in Baseline or targets that did not need to go into acquisition (aka Train phase)
On Hold are for targets that were in acquisition or Train or Track phase and are put on hold or are not being run for various reasons.
Deactivated are for targets that are no longer active for various reasons.
You can click on a data point on the chart and the raw data will appear just under the graph instead of having to scroll back in the timeline.
This is also a great program example of a component analysis that was built by one of our customers who is willing to share the template. Contact us if you would like us to share a component analysis template.
When you go into Timeline and Reports and click into a session card to see the session summary, the session summary interface has some new updates. Programs are categorized and listed in order of phase (Track, Assess, Train, Maintain). You can expand the target to view the raw data under it. Click on the arrow to go to charts and timeline of target session data.
When you go to a Learners Programs, you can select a view that groups learner’s programs by type (Behavior or Skill Acquisition) and by state (Active or Inactive). This gives supervisors an easy way to see all current program states at a glance and for inactive programs to not be visible unless desired. You can toggle the view on and off by clicking the Group Icon on the top right of the toolbar.