Select the test or questionnaire you would like to archive. Define in the next steps which information should be displayed in the resulting file.
Please select the columns per question to be displayed in the evaluation file. You can therefore design your file containing test results according to your needs. The following options are at your disposal:
Display all item columns: All items of a question will be displayed in a column along with its stored values. For example: a single choice question containing 4 items will appear in the selected column along with the value 1. All other columns will show 0.
Display selected answer(s): The number of the item selected will be displayed in a single column. Questions such as Single choice question will therefore hold a simple data matrix that can be easily transferred to your evaluation software. Questions such as Multiple choice question and KPRIM question will hold the numbers of selected items merged to a single string. This string's figures will be separated by blanks.
KPRIM question: The meaning of those 4 figures that are part of the evaluation string:
Figure 1: 1 | 2 | 0 (+, - or nothing selected)
Figure 2: 3 | 4 | 0 (+, - or nothing selected)
Figure 3: 5 | 6 | 0 (+, - or nothing selected)
Figure 4: 7 | 8 | 0 (+, - or nothing selected)
Display score : The column containing the score will be displayed.
Display time (beginning, duration): Two columns (one containing the start time the other containing the duration) will be displayed.
Here you can determine the formatting details of your evaluation files. Usually you can use OLAT's default setting.
Fields separated by: Common field separators are tab \t, comma, semicolon or blanks (spaces).
Fields embedded by: In case a field contains one of the separators mentioned above, that field between those separators must be enclosed (usually by quotaion marks).
Fields escaped by: Use the escape character instead of quotation marks within a text field (if this field is enclosed by quotation marks).
Rows separated by: Character generating a line break (new data set) via default \r\n (carriage return and new line).
File extension: Here you can choose your file extension (.txt, .asc, .csv, .xls etc.). This does not influence the file's format.