# Tag: mchoice

## R/exams @ useR! 2019

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Pre-conference tutorial about R/exams at useR! 2019 (The R User Conference) in Toulouse: Slides, example code, and links to further information. Read More ›

## automaton: Interpretation of Automaton Diagrams (Using TikZ)

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Exercise template for assessing the interpretation of an automaton diagram (drawn with TikZ) based on randomly generated input sequences. Read More ›

## Dynamic Online Tests with Blackboard and R/exams

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Step-by-step guide to generating, importing, and conducting online tests and quizzes generated by exams2blackboard() in R/exams. Read More ›

## Written Multiple-Choice Exams with R/exams

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Step-by-step guide to generating, conducting, scanning, and automatically evaluating large-scale written exams with exams2nops() in R/exams. Read More ›

## ttest: Interpretation of 2-Sample t Test

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Exercise template for assessing the interpretation of a randomly-generated 2-sample t test (including significance and type of alternative). Read More ›

## switzerland: Knowledge Quiz Question about Switzerland

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Exercise template for a multiple-choice knowledge quiz question with basic shuffling of the alternatives. Read More ›

## scatterplot: Interpretation of a Scatterplot

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Exercise template for assessing the interpretation of a randomly-generated scatterplot regarding the joint and marginal distributions. Read More ›

## relfreq: Interpretation of Relative Frequency Tables

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Exercise template for assessing the interpretation of a table with relative frequencies where either total, row, or column frequencies are selected randomly. Read More ›

## gaussmarkov: Knowledge Quiz Question about Gauss-Markov Assumptions

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Exercise template for a multiple-choice knowledge quiz question about the assumptions in the Gauss-Markov theorem. Read More ›

## cholesky: Cholesky Decomposition

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Exercise template for computing the Cholesky decomposition of a simple randomly-generated 3x3 or 4x4 matrix (by hand). Read More ›