[LON-CAPA-users] How to interpret SUBM info?

John Merrill lon-capa-users@mail.lon-capa.org
Fri, 11 Jul 2003 10:39:31 -0400

Can someone explain to me how to read the data returned by "show 
details" of the SUBM function?
I'm looking at a radio-button problem, five foils.
Specifically, under the heading "Part 0.11 Submission", what does 
"foil#=#" mean?

Transaction 1 INCORRECT  foil2=3  INCORRECT    0  incorrect_attempted  
1  Mon Apr 21 13:43:16 2003

It appears to me that the second number is the position of the foil as 
seen in the student's version of the question: so in example above, the 
fourth foil (count starts with 0) was selected and was incorrect. Is 
"foil#" referring to the position of the foil in the problem source? If 
so then am I correct that the following:

Transaction 5 EXACT_ANS  foil1=1  EXACT_ANS  1  0  correct_by_student  
5  Mon Apr 21 13:43:38 2003

would mean: correct foil for student was in 2nd position (=1) and the 
originally coded position of this foil was the second position 


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