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|Christian Lawson-Perfect||said||Ready to use||5 years, 10 months ago|
Mike Smet 1 year, 1 month ago
I really enjoy the possibility of using data from an external file (e.g. csv or Excel) in Numbas: I was wondering whether it would be possible to randomise between differerent files. I have a group of about 300 students and want to let them run a regression and let them answer some questions about the regression results. Is it possible to randomise between for example 50 different csv files (in order to avoid copy/paste behaviour among students)?
|Use data uploaded by the student||Ready to use||Christian Lawson-Perfect||16/11/2020 10:03|
|Graeme's copy of Upload data||draft||Graeme Chester||16/11/2020 10:02|
|Frequency Response||draft||Graeme Chester||16/11/2020 10:02|
|Tom's copy of Upload data||draft||Tom Stallard||16/11/2020 10:03|
|Etain's copy of Upload data||draft||Etain Kiely||16/11/2020 10:02|
|Use data uploaded by the student||draft||Oscar Siles Brugge||16/11/2020 10:03|
|Danny's copy of Use data uploaded by the student||draft||Danny Tan||16/11/2020 10:02|
|Josh's copy of Use data uploaded by the student||draft||Josh Lim||16/11/2020 10:03|
|Use data uploaded by the student||draft||Xiaodan Leng||16/11/2020 10:03|
|Upload data||draft||Irene Paniccia||16/11/2020 10:03|
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