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Assessment results in reports 6 months 4 days ago #105595

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Hello,

I am newbie and using 2.05+ , I can get assessment results at the very last page of the survey, but it's not important to show participants their results, I want the assessment results to be reflected in statistics and reports.

How can I generate a report with assessments results?

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Assessment results in reports 6 months 4 days ago #105627

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Assessments are not recorded in the data. You will need to use Expression Manager to load Equation type questions with the "score" data.


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Assessment results in reports 6 months 3 days ago #105633

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9Thanks, but does this mean that I must change the current question type from "Array" to "equation"?

I am confused, could you please give me a URL to a tutorial?

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Assessment results in reports 6 months 3 days ago #105642

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I've read the manual of EM and Assessments, but I didn't figure out what should I do with a "equation" question and where to put the equation syntax itself and how to get the result in a report.

The manual is not descriptive enough, so I hope you all could help me, I just want to use array questions and get their scores in a report.

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Assessment results in reports 6 months 3 days ago #105648

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I am wondering if there is any specific reason why assessments are not saved in the results anyway...
Have a look at the manual! It is a really valuable source for information. Here some helpful links:
Manual (EN) | Question Types | Question Attributes | Workarounds

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Assessment results in reports 6 months 3 days ago #105651

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Sorry holch, I don't have an answer for that.

After a little thought, given that you are more focused on the statistics view than on raw data, I would use numeric questions instead of equation questions. This would allow you to see the limited analytics in the statistics view.

- In the array question, use the "scores" as the x-axis answer codes
- In a group following the array group, add numeric questions for the "score" of each array sub-question.
- Hide all of these questions with the "Always hide this question" setting.
- Use Expression Manager to give these questions a default answer that records the "score" - something like this:
{array1_SQ001}
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Here is a working sample survey.

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Assessment results in reports 5 months 3 weeks ago #105796

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I'd like to thank you, but it's a bit hard to apply, I have five arrays with five sub questions in each. Is it possible to guide to use equation questions? or any other simpler way.
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Assessment results in reports 5 months 3 weeks ago #105798

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Hi,
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After a little thought, given that you are more focused on the statistics view than on raw data, I would use numeric questions instead of equation questions. This would allow you to see the limited analytics in the statistics view.
Yes, it can be a good feature to have Equation question type somewhere in statictics ... :).

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Assessment results in reports 5 months 3 weeks ago #105853

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I couldn't get any data out of equation questions, so I am following your method, but I need to sum all answers for sub-questions of an array in a single numerical question.

Could you please guide me through?
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