completely override assesment of a multiple choice question

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2 weeks 2 days ago #170732 by jucajuca
jucajuca created the topic: completely override assesment of a multiple choice question
Hi,

Is it possible to completely override the assessment of a multiple choice question?

For example: Which words have more than four letters
- Alligator (+1)
- Spider (+1)
- Duck (-1)
- Dog (-1)

Limesurvey will ALWAYS add +1 no matter what I do.

Can I completely override the assessment result of the question with my own formula?

btw. it seems that I can only access the value of a subquestion "G1Q00004_SQ003.value" but accessing the overall value seems not possible "G1Q00004.value"

Can someone indicate the name of the variable where the assessment value for a multiple choice question is stored?

Thanks!


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I already tried many things for example:

{if(G1Q00004_SQ003.valueNAOK == 'Y', G1Q00004_SQ003.value = 0,0)}

{-1 * sum(G1Q00004_SQ003.valueNAOK == 'Y')}

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2 weeks 2 days ago #170733 by LouisGac
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2 weeks 2 days ago #170734 by tpartner
tpartner replied the topic: completely override assesment of a multiple choice question
Please do not cross-post.

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2 weeks 2 days ago #170737 by jucajuca
jucajuca replied the topic: completely override assesment of a multiple choice question
I'm talking about the "other" multiple choice question.


This type of question does not offer the option that you linked. It just adds the assessment value for each of the boxes ticked, which does not make so much sense.
I think LS needs a feature request to change this.


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2 weeks 2 days ago #170738 by tpartner
tpartner replied the topic: completely override assesment of a multiple choice question
Why are you continuing to cross-post. Asking the same question in multiple forums is NOT the way to get an answer.

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2 weeks 2 days ago - 2 weeks 2 days ago #170740 by jucajuca
jucajuca replied the topic: completely override assesment of a multiple choice question
can you move it to the other forum? I don't know how to do it.
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