by Oliver Hinds and Aaron Titus
Assessment Analysis was written to help teachers analyze tests and
other classroom data without using expensive statistical analysis software.
It is useful for analyzing one or two tests (such as a pretest and posttest
or the same test given two experimental and control groups), determining
correlations between sets of data, and determining factors on a test using
Assessment Analysis is released under the GNU General Public License. A
copy of the GPL license is distributed with this source in aa/docs/gpl.txt.
Email Aaron Titus at firstname.lastname@example.org if you have any questions,
suggestions, or feature requests.
- first public release
- fixed lots of bugs in the test analysis module
- added item analysis including difficulty, point-biserial coefficient,
KR20, and pie charts
-normalized gain and effect size are calculated when only one set of data
is submitted; they should only be calculated for two sets of data
-if question groups do not contain all questions, the results shown are for just
the questions in the question groups
Things to do
-add output option for tab-delimited txt file
Copyright (C) 2004 Oliver Hinds and Aaron Titus
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