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Tuesday 21 Nov 2017

New Data Collection App by Behavior Science

D.A.T.A., a new mobile data collection application created specifically for the behavior analytic scientist practitioner for use on Apple’s iOS devices (e.g., iPhone, iPod Touch, iPad). D.A.T.A. will allow you to precisely measure how often and how long events occur over time. Below are several reasons describing how our new application can help improve your ability to collect data.

D.A.T.A. is simple.
Measuring time and frequency has never been so easy. To count how often an event is occurring, simply press the button when the event is observed. To time how long an event is occurring, simply hold the button down while it is happening or lock it in place for hands-free recording.

D.A.T.A. is sophisticated.
Save valuable time by using the numerous measurement values (e.g., count, count per minute, duration, duration per minute, total time, interval, and record floor) automatically generated by the application.

D.A.T.A. is convenient.
Most of us always have our phones with us. Now you can also always have your data collection system with you as well.

D.A.T.A. is inconspicuous.
With vibration and sound feedback built in, you can collect data without ever needing to look at the application.

D.A.T.A. is flexible.
Email raw data to your computer for further manipulation and graphing in popular programs like Microsoft Excel or Apple Numbers.

D.A.T.A. is powerful.
Use the application to track frequency counts, rates, durations, response latencies, inter-response times, identify functional relationships, conduct interval recordings, etc.

The Direct Assessment Tracking Application (D.A.T.A.) can be purchased now for only $6.99 through Apple’s iTunes store. To purchase D.A.T.A. follow the link below:

To learn more about D.A.T.A. and the other products and free services offered by Behavior, LLC please visit them at: If you have any questions, comments, or suggestions for future updates please contact them at

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