Resource: standard celeration chart
The Standard Celeration Chart (SCS) was developed in 1967 by “Ogden Lindsley, Eric Haughton, (and several other graduate students of Lindsley’s), Sandy Houston (the administrative assistant), and Helen Brennan (the printer)” (Potts, Eshleman, & Cooper, 1993). The SCC is more than a mere data-display tool; it guides its user to make data-driven analytical decisions. It represents data proportionally and multiplicatively – how it changes in the natural environment. Further, the chart allows us to predict future performance by the use of the straight Celeration Line.
Submitted December 8, 2011 by Kirby Brown