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Wondering which format to use for reports
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Wondering which format to use for reports
08-24-2011 1:06 PM

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RE: Wondering which format to use for reports
08-24-2011 1:41 PM

I picked 1 and 4, in that order. Although if you were to add "self effects" and "effects on others" to #1 and replace the "where do hits occur" with "setting", I'd consider that ideal.

Just my 2 cents.

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08-24-2011 2:14 PM

(08-24-2011 1:41 PM)mark-in-dallas Wrote:  I picked 1 and 4, in that order. Although if you were to add "self effects" and "effects on others" to #1 and replace the "where do hits occur" with "setting", I'd consider that ideal.

Just my 2 cents.

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08-24-2011 2:25 PM

I voted for number 2 Smile
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08-24-2011 2:39 PM

Weren't you supposed to include a video of your targets in your reports? Blum3
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08-24-2011 3:01 PM

My suggestions:


Product name,scent and strength

Application dosage and locations

Environment tested in.

Self effects.

Effects to others

Duration of effects.

Effects from mixing with other products.

Range

Time exposure.
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08-29-2011 4:41 AM

I don't think the poll system is working correctly. If mark voted for everything and I did too while RattleSnake voted for number 2, think there is 1 vote missing.

Also,I wish I can edit the poll and add dbot's too. To bad I didn't see that format anywhere, and it looks like the best of the bunch.

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08-29-2011 12:41 PM

As you go, you'll arrive at a format that feels comfortable to you. The list I posted (or any list really) just gives a good guideline for what to pay attention to as you're testing and reflecting on your experiences.

The most important pieces imo are the dosage, self-effects, and social effects. From there, good observers/reporters tend to describe anything else they noticed or felt was relevant, including confounding factors that make them unsure of the validity of their observations.
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08-29-2011 3:56 PM

I like #1 dbot. But, I will agree w/ Mark. Add effects on others and Thats my pick. HiHiHi
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