Welcome! This visualization displays different levels of 'acceptable behavior' dependent on the situation as decided by a small survey. This simple bar graph mimics threads of string coming from a piece of fabric with beads decorating each strand. The longer a thread is is, the further the thread conceptually could be 'pulled'. The shorter, the less leeway to 'pull' lest it 'unravel' or disturb people's acceptance of the behavior.
To focus on only one behavior you can click on the relevant bar and shrink the graph!
"Beads" mark basic aggregations per situation category. These are most helpful when the graph is shrunk when other behaviors are hidden. It keeps situational information available even when focused upon behavior. Clicking on the beads changes the aggregation represented between min, max and average.
Price, R.H. and Bouffard, D.L.
Behavioral Appropriateness and Situational Constraint as Dimensions of Social Behavior
Journal of Personality and Social Psychology
1974, Vol. 30, No.4, 579-586
0 = "The behavior is extremely inappropriate in this situation."
9 = "The behavior is extremely appropriate in this situation."