OPTIMAL graphs are powerful tools that can be used in court or settlement negotiations. They can also be entered into evidence by your attorney, or given to custody evaluators or other professionals involved in your case.
From the information you collect in the Tracker, OPTIMAL produces a wide variety of charts and graphs for your use. A print control panel allows you to change the size and shape of the graphs, as well as the colors, shadowing, labels, and other items.
Graph images can easily be saved, printed, or imported into other applications (such as your favorite word processor or paint program).
OPTIMAL graph data is always current, when you add or edit a record, your graphs immediately show the changes.
Sample Yearly Statistics
This table is an example of the yearly statistics table OPTIMAL produces. The "Scheduled" and "Actual" columns represent the scheduled and actual hours of parenting time, and the "Difference" column shows the parenting time in hours that should have been received but weren't. (Positive values will also be shown.)
The columns for Regular, Denied, Late, Missed, Phone, and Nights are event counts. The meaning and use of the event count figures is explained in more detail here. The remaining columns, Miles and Expense, are used to track mileage and funds spent that are related to your parenting time.