The table is the most fundamental component of the report writing process in the report writer tab. It is where all of the patient test data is categorized and classified based on the SNP/CHC model. Our system generates a variety of different tables, and we support all major scoring methods, such as standard scores, scaled scores, percentile ranks, and cumulative percentile range. The report writer will automatically table the data based on the normative classification, depending on the scoring standard.
We have many different types of tables that may appear in the report writer tab, including normal tables, tables with RPI scores, qualitative behavior tables, survey/rating scales tables, and more. Our tables are designed to be comprehensive and easy to read, with clear labels and classification categories. If you have any questions or concerns about the tables in the report writer tab, please feel free to reach out to our support team for assistance.
In the below example RPI scores were entered for the WJ IV COG and WJ IV OL and the RPI scores are displayed in the "RPI" column of the table. Note, if here are no valid RPI scores for a given table entered, then the RPI column will not appear in the generated table.
Example below shows an example of a sample BASC-3 table where there were two normative comparisons entered by 2 raters.