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GRAYESS IRT Cronista

GRAYESS IRT Cronista

Features: - Generate comprehensive high quality reports with one mouse click on the image; - Active linking of images and the report for quick change and revision of generated reports; - Inplace image analyzer - analyze your infrared images directly in Microsoft Word document; - Works with Microsoft Word 2000, XP, 2003, 2007 and higher.

  • Publisher: GRAYESS Inc.
  • Last updated: April 24th, 2012
GRAYESS IRT Analyzer

GRAYESS IRT Analyzer

Professional thermographic analysis and reporting tool for reasearchers. Accurate detailed analysis for professional thermographic engineers, including sequence analysis. Quickly made eye-catching reports in Microsoft Word. Integrated communication for real-time image acquisition, analysis and process control.

  • Publisher: GRAYESS Inc.
  • Last updated: May 24th, 2010
WinGen

WinGen

WinGen is an application that generates IRT parameters and item responses. Item response theory (IRT) is a popular and valuable framework for modeling educational and psychological test data, due to attractive properties such as the invariance of item and examinee parameter values.

  • Publisher: REMP
  • Last updated: March 20th, 2015

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GGUM2004

GGUM2004

GGUM2004 is a Windows-based program that estimates parameters in the generalized graded unfolding model (GGUM; Roberts, Donoghue, & Laughlin, 2000). It expands the capabilities of its predecessor, GGUM2000.GGUM2004 is available free of charge and can be downloaded using the link below. Users are encouraged to join the GGUM2004 Message Group to obtain the latest information about the program.

  • Publisher: UMBC
  • Last updated: July 1st, 2010

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ConstructMap

ConstructMap

ConstructMap is a graphical, menu-driven software package that combines a multidimensional IRT engine for estimating item and person parameters with tools for managing cross-sectional and longitudinal student response data and interpreting findings from such data. Graphical maps and reports are designed for use in settings in which progress on multiple measures can be examined and analyzed.

  • Publisher: BEAR Center
  • Last updated: November 30th, 2011