Save simple Assessment Scores in Database for Export

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2 months 1 week ago #198081 by madscience
Hi there. I tried to find an answer myself, but did not really find the solution.

I made a training for my students using limesurvey (with text only question type used) wich is followed by some questions to determine, wether they understood or not. I only used questions, wich can work with the built in assessment feature. The setup is fine up t this point.

The only issue left is how the assessment score can be transferred to the database. As I did not use the expression manager up to this point, I was wondering if there is a simple way to store the score of each participant in the database or send the score to me by mail. Maybe somebody had the same problem and can help me out with this.

Regards madscience.

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2 months 1 week ago #198083 by Joffm
Assessment scores are not stored.

You have to use Expression Manager/Script.

Here you can use your assessment values with {QCode.value}

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2 months 1 week ago #198108 by madscience
Hi Joffm,

thanks for your reply. Would you mind giving me a few hints on how to set this up, after trying I did not get it worked out. The Expression Manager is some stuff, I never used before but understand the basics qob how it works.


Thank you,

Regards madscience.

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2 months 1 week ago - 2 months 1 week ago #198112 by Joffm
Hi,

a few hints


At first you'd read the manual
https://manual.limesurvey.org/ExpressionScript_-_Presentation

And you may use all "implemented functions".

Examples:
In a question of type "equation" you enter the formula. Than the result is stored in this question, The same as in each other question.
sum of codes of two single punch questions: {sum(Q1.NAOK,Q2.NAOK)}
sum of assessment values of two single punch questions: {sum(Q1.valueNAOK,Q2.valueNAOK)}
sum of all subquestions in a "multiple numerical" question: {sum(that.Q1.NAOK)}
number of checked items in a multi question: {count(that.Q1)}

But best, you import the sample surveys about ExpressionScript and study them.
https://manual.limesurvey.org/ExpressionScript_sample_surveys

Maybe at first:
Relevance, Tailoring and Equations

Joffm


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