Don't understand exported csv

Added by Rafael Rodriguez over 6 years ago

I have a test with 30 questions. I thought the columns marked as t1, t2, etc in the exported csv had the code for the correct and incorrect answers.
My problem is that the number of 1 and 0 is variable and rarely reach 30.
One example without name, ID, ... is:
"28";1;11111111111;1111;1111111;111;101
There are only 29 1/0. The corrected pdf is attached as uno.png

There is something I am understanding wrong?

Thanks in advance,
Rafael

uno.png - First example. (235.6 kB)


Replies (4)

RE: Don't understand exported csv - Added by Alexis Bienvenüe over 6 years ago

Very strange: the exported CSV should not be like that!
What is your AMC version? Can you send a minimal project directory showing the problem?

RE: Don't understand exported csv - Added by Rafael Rodriguez over 6 years ago

The version is:
Auto Multiple Choice 1.2.1 (svn:1403)
running under OpenSuse 13.2 or OpenSuse Leap 42.1

I attach a project in the test_bug.zip file.
Thanks,
Rafael

test_bug.zip (4.9 MB)

RE: Don't understand exported csv - Added by Alexis Bienvenüe over 6 years ago

Thanks.
If you name two questions with IDs test.1 and test.2, AMC will join the score of question test.1 and the score of question test.2 to form a single string that will be affected to "test". This feature is used by AMCcode for example, to collect several digits of a student number.
I think this is not what you need here: you should not use the form "xxx.nn" for your question IDS (use t1:1 instead of t1.1 for example), and you will get something clearer.
I think there is no problem creating a new project with you same source file (changing only the question IDs) and using the same scans.

RE: Don't understand exported csv - Added by Rafael Rodriguez over 6 years ago

Thanks a lot. I missed the following paragraph in the documentation.
I apologize for the inconveniences.

Rafael

Important
One must use a different identifier for every question. An identifier can be made of digits, letters, and simple characters
(but do not use e.g. braces or brackets). Don’t end your question identifier with a dot followed by digits, as this syntax
is reserved to codes input.

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