[LON-CAPA-users] biol resources for demo

John Merrill lon-capa-users@mail.lon-capa.org
Fri, 7 Jul 2006 09:28:28 -0400

;problem randomly selects an image from several versions, then randomly 
labels that image

;two part with rlim first followed by essay, I have a version of this 
that is conditional for the two parts:

If this is to be an audience of biologists, they might find this 
problem interesting, even though it isn't one of the types you asked 
for: a demo of  a superficially simple problem that illustrates the 
individualization power possible with a little bit of perl (though it 
is not in your list of problem types):


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On Jul 6, 2006, at 2:24 PM, Ray Batchelor wrote:

> For a quick demo,
> I'm looking for one or two interesting Biology problem resources which 
>  make
> use of either
> click-on-the-image
> or
> randomlabel
> or
> gnuplot
> or
> animations/movies
> (Basically I'm looking for interestingly presented graphical problems 
> which
> are not merely simple optionresponse or radiobuttonresponse at the end 
> of an
> html page of information.)
> URL suggestions?
> Thanks
> Ray
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