Develop, evaluate, and score multiple choice examinations,
psychological scales, questionnaires, and similar types of data involving
sequences of choices among one or more sets of answers.
Using the package does not require any formal statistical knowledge
beyond what would be provided by a first course in statistics in a
social science department. There the user would encounter the concept
of probability and how it is used to model data and make decisions,
and would become familiar with basic mathematical and statistical notation.
The essential aspects of each display were designed to be self-explanatory,
although more statistically sophisticated users will also find information
that they may find helpful. Most of the output is in graphical form. Two
recent papers on the methodology are
Ramsay, James; Li, Juan; Wiberg, Marie (2020)