i didn't chart it, but there is an easy way to memorize it if you think along with my brain here.
each scallop has 23 sts with a purl in the middle seperating the two halves, so you only really need to remember the first half, because the second is a mirror image. use the pattern sheet for the first row after that the scalop edge is recognizable from the previous k3tog, or ssk that you are going to incorporate into this rounds k2tog or ssk.
as for the yo's, they go up in steps, a yo in the left side of the "leaf vein" this row, means a yo on the right side of the "leaf vein" the next row.
*and by "leaf vein" i mean the two travelling knit ladders that the yo's border