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audragclark

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The primary purpose of scatterplot assessment is to:
◦ present data in an easily readable format
◦ identify timerelated patterns of behavior
◦ determine the cause of behaviors that occur in bursts
◦ specifically identify potential controlling variables

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Marked as best answer by audragclark on Apr 28, 2019

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identify timerelated patterns of behavior

 

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