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Computerized Adaptive Testing with Multidimensional Item Response Theory



Provides tools to generate an HTML interface for creating adaptive and non-adaptive educational and psychological tests using the shiny package. Suitable for applying unidimensional and multidimensional computerized adaptive tests using item response theory methodology.

Examples and Evaluated Help Files

Various examples and worked help files have been compiled using the knitr package to generate HTML output, and are available on the wiki. User contributions are welcome!

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Installing from Github

To install the development version of this package, use the following code.

#if not installed already on your computer, install devtools

#load and install the package

#reload the package

Bugs and Questions

Bug reports are always welcome and the preferred way to address these bugs is through the Github 'issues'. Feel free to submit issues or feature requests on the site, and I'll address them ASAP. Also, if you have any questions about the package, or IRT in general, then feel free to create a 'New Topic' in the mirt-package Google group. Cheers!

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