mirtCAT (1.9.3)

0 users

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 (Chalmers (2016) ). Suitable for applying unidimensional and multidimensional computerized adaptive tests (CAT) using item response theory methodology and for creating simple questionnaires forms to collect response data directly in R. Additionally, optimal test designs (e.g., "shadow testing") are supported for tests which contain a large number of item selection constraints. Finally, package contains tools useful for performing Monte Carlo simulations for studying the behavior of computerized adaptive test banks.

Maintainer: Phil Chalmers
Author(s): Phil Chalmers [aut, cre] (<https://orcid.org/0000-0001-5332-2810>)

License: GPL (>= 3)

Uses: lattice, lpSolve, markdown, mirt, pbapply, Rcpp, shiny, knitr, shinythemes, SimDesign
Reverse suggests: mirt

Released 11 months ago.

20 previous versions



  (0 votes)


  (0 votes)

Log in to vote.


No one has written a review of mirtCAT yet. Want to be the first? Write one now.

Related packages: AnalyzeFMRI, FactoMineR, GPArotation, MBESS, MCMCpack, MLDS, PTAk, RaschSampler, SensoMineR, VGAM, ade4, betareg, ca, cocorresp, e1071, eRm, eba, ecodist, elasticnet, fastICA(20 best matches, based on common tags.)

Search for mirtCAT on google, google scholar, r-help, r-devel.

Visit mirtCAT on R Graphical Manual.