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Posted: Fri Jan 13, 2006 9:36 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

Sue wrote:
Hi Borealis,

I'm glad to hear that your dog was safe. In this case I would have used the horary chart rather than the event chart. The chart may not have been as clear had you asked the question the minute you realised the dog was missing but, by the time you asked, you had exhausted all possibilities and you were desperate for some information. It is these situations that often make the clearest charts.

I agree with this. Recently I did a pet horary (about a missing cat) where I had both the horary chart and the event chart (the pet owner was able to give me pretty much the exact time the pet disappeared).

I found the event chart pretty useless, I couldn't see any clear themes in it - it just didn't "speak" to me....whereas the horary was very clear.

However, I have found event charts very useful for analysing court cases and accidents. Perhaps they lend themselves to certain types of occurences and not others?
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Posted: Fri Jan 13, 2006 11:33 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

I also definitely support the use of horary rather than events in these cases
The problem with event charts in the case of missing objects/pets are that there are two events
- when the object itself went to its current location, at which point it wasn't "missed" but which determines the outcome for the object
- the time of discovery of the loss, which determines the experience of the owner.

As the owner is unlikely to be able to determine the first of these times, a horary chart works better as it focusses on the location/chance of recovery (by specifically asking about it) rather than the "missing/loss" experience.
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