Evaluation Development Environment
Here is a couple of screen dumps from the visual development environment
in TestMe when used as an evaluation program.
Since many features are the same as when using TestMe as a test program,
only the different features will be described. For a more thorough
description, se how TestMe is used as a test
You can click on the miniature pictures below to enlarge them.
This is the main window of the
program, here displaying a question in an Evaluation.
In the Object layout, you can
insert the pictures, movies or other objects that you wish to supplement
the question with. This is what a question with a free-text answer can
look like in the object layout.
The window Object layout shows what the question will look like when the
test or Evaluation is test-run.
See also Questionnaire
that shows a few other examples of answer alternatives for Evaluations
that you can create with TestMe.
Here you select how the
evaluation results are to be shown.
The functions of the buttons during Evaluations are:
- 'Free-text answer' displays the texts that the test persons have
used for answers.
- 'Average value' and 'Spreadsheet' add the results from selected
names or complete Evaluations and calculates average values for each
- 'Diagram' creates a 3-D diagram with the results for selected
- 'Evaluation questionnaire' creates a document containing all the
questions of the questionnaire. The document can be edited and printed out
where there is no access to computers.
- 'Delete' clears the results for the selected names.
Depending on your choices in
the window Results, the results are shown in different ways. You can for
instance print, edit or save the results. The picture above shows what a
part of the results display can look like when 'Average value' has been
See also some examples of Questionnaire