[LON-CAPA-users] Detailed Data for problem analysis
lucasm at ohio.edu
Fri Feb 21 13:50:09 EST 2020
Sorry to say, not to my knowledge. That’s the downside of the heavy
string and answer randomization.
The only way I could think of would be to look at each individual problem
in the grading menu. 1600/10 TAs = 160 a piece? :)
> On Feb 21, 2020, at 1:11 PM, Huckleberry, David W <dhuckleb at purdue.edu> wrote:
> Scenario: I have a prof that writes a multiple choice exam problem, but the problem is dynamic in several ways, for this example let say that some students see the problem as for a force on “Block 1” while some see it ask for a force on “Block 3”
> Then it calculates the answer and foils for each scenario. There are 1600 students that take the exam.
> Problem: When we do a Detailed Problem Analysis, LON-CAPA shows that the 62% that got the question wrong, picked foil2…BUT…we can’t tell what foil2 exactly was for them, depending on if they had the Block1 or Block2 scenario.
> Question: Is there any way to pull out that data on a per student basis to see what a variable value was for them when they took the problem, to then look at it closer?
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