The goal of
edmdata is to provide a set of an example assessment data sets for psychometric modeling.
You can install
edmdata from github with:
# install.packages("devtools") devtools::install_github("tmsalab/edmdata")
items_ecpe: N = 2922 subject responses to J = 28 items.
qmatrix_ecpe: J = 28 items and K = 3 traits.
items_fractions: N = 536 subject responses to J = 20 items.
qmatrix_fractions: J = 536 items and K = 20 traits.
items_revised_psvtr: N = 516 subject responses to J = 30 items.
items_ordered_eclsk_atl: N = 13354 subject responses to J = 12 items.
items_spm_ls: N = 499 subject responses to J = 12 items.
items_matrix_reasoning: N = 400 subject responses to J = 25 items.
items_taylor_manifest_anxiety_scale: N = 4468 subject responses to J = 50 items.
items_narcissistic_personality_inventory: N = 11243 subject responses to J = 40 items.
qmatrix_oracle_k3_j20: J = 20 items and K = 3 traits.
qmatrix_oracle_k4_j20: J = 20 items and K = 4 traits.
qmatrix_oracle_k5_j30: J = 30 items and K = 5 traits.
There are two ways to access the data contained within this package.
The first is to load the package itself and type the name of a data set. This approach takes advantage of R’s lazy loading mechansim, which avoids loading the data until it is used in R session. For details on how lazy loading works, please see Section 1.17: Lazy Loading of the R Internals manual.
Want to see how each data set was imported? Check out the
To ensure future development of the package, please cite
edmdata package if used during an analysis or simulation study. Citation information for the package may be acquired by using in R:
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Chen, Y., Culpepper, S. A., & Liang, F. (2020). A sparse latent class model for cognitive diagnosis. Psychometrika, 1–33. https://doi.org/10.1007/s11336-019-09693-2
Culpepper, S. A. (2015). Bayesian estimation of the dina model with gibbs sampling. Journal of Educational and Behavioral Statistics, 40(5), 454–476. https://doi.org/10.3102/1076998615595403
Culpepper, S. A. (2019a). An exploratory diagnostic model for ordinal responses with binary attributes: Identifiability and estimation. Psychometrika, 84(4), 921–940. https://doi.org/10.1007/s11336-019-09683-4
Culpepper, S. A. (2019b). Estimating the cognitive diagnosis Q matrix with expert knowledge: Application to the fraction-subtraction dataset. Psychometrika, 84(2), 333–357. https://doi.org/10.1007/s11336-018-9643-8
Culpepper, S. A., & Balamuta, J. J. (2017). A Hierarchical Model for Accuracy and Choice on Standardized Tests. Psychometrika, 82(3), 820–845. https://doi.org/10.1007/s11336-015-9484-7
Culpepper, S. A., & Chen, Y. (2019). Development and application of an exploratory reduced reparameterized unified model. Journal of Educational and Behavioral Statistics, 44(1), 3–24. https://doi.org/10.3102/1076998618791306
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