One plan showing a projected path is more helpful than two plans, especially when on two different pages. (Ex. 3a-c)
By repeating the identification on the path you can show who ends where. (Ex. 6a)
Floor plan 9a shows five dancers with a path for dancer "Q." This type of floor plan - perhaps one for every dancer - shows the over all path for "Q" AND
1. Where she pases "N," "M," "R."
2. On which side of her
2. "S" crosses her path at the point shown.
If facing is important it may be shown.
If floor plan 10a "D" is turning on the spot. To give him a facing pin gives the wrong image. PLEASE!!! Do not say the indication for "D" may be confused with the center of weight sign.
The ad lib. sign in 11a does not say more or less one circle. I suggest that we add a plus sign for more and a minus sign for less, as in 11b, c.