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PROGRAM:

NAME


AMC-export - exports marks for AMC multiple choice exams.

SYNOPSIS


auto-multiple-choice export --data project-data-dir --module module
--fich-noms students-list.csv [--noms-encodage list-encoding]
--o output-file

DESCRIPTION


The AMC-export.pl command exports marks from an Auto Multiple Choice exam.

--data project-data-dir
gives the directory where data files are (see for example AMC-prepare(1)).

--module module
selects a module for export. See below for the modules included in the AMC standard
distribution.

--fich-noms students-list.csv
sets the students list file.

--noms-encodage list-encoding
selects an encoding for file students-list.csv (default is utf-8).

--o output-file
gives the output file name.

--option-out options
gives an option for selected module, in the form key=value (see below for possible
options for each module). To specify multiple options, use --option several times.

--sort sort-type
sort the students names, depending on sort-type. If sort-type is l, use line number
from students list file to sort. If sort-type is m, use mark (and name if marks are
equal) to sort. If sort-type is i, use student number to sort. If sort-type is n, use
name to sort (or line from students list if equal).

--useall all
if all is 0 or empty, only students with a scaned answer sheet appears in the output.
If all is 1, all students in the students list appears in the output.

MODULES


OpenDocument
With "--module ods", an OpenDocument (for use by OpenOffice or LibreOffice for example) is
produced. The following options are recognized:

nom
gives a name for the exam, to be written on the beginning of the sheet.

code
gives an short name for the exam, to be used as a tab name.

columns
sets the list of columns that are to be added to each student. Default value is
student.key,student.name.

stats
with a true value, a table will be added with statistics for all questions.

statsindic
with a true value, a table will be added with statistics for all indicative questions.

CSV
With "--module CSV", a CSV file is produced. The following options are recognized:

columns
sets the list of columns that are to be added to each student. Default value is
student.copy,student.key,student.name.

decimal
sets the decimal point (default is a dot).

encodage
sets the encoding to use for output (default is utf-8).

separateur
sets the character used between colums (default is a comma).

entoure
sets the character used to enclose strings (default is a double quote).

ticked
if not empty, additional columns (with "CHECKED:" prefix) are included to give all the
checked boxes on all the sheets. This can be used by an external program to retrieve
all the checked boxes when marks are not sufficient. Use value 01 to get 0;0;1;1;0 if
boxes 3 and 4 are checked, and value AB to get CD if boxes 3 and 4 are checked.

List
With "--module List", a PDF file is produced with a list of marks for all students. The
following options are recognized:

pagesize
The page size. Default value is a4.

nom
gives the name of the exam, to be printed at the top of the page.

ncols
The number of columns. Default value is 2.

decimal
sets the decimal point (default is a dot).

AUTHORS


Alexis Bienvenüe <[email protected]>
Main author

Jean Bérard
Translation from French

Georges Khaznadar
Translation from French

COPYRIGHT


Copyright © 2008-2013 Alexis Bienvenüe

This document can be used according to the terms of the GNU General Public License,
version 2 or later.

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