## Features

Features and options included with each method of analysis are breifly described below. This list is not exhaustive but the main features are highlighted.

### Item Response Theory

- Rasch, partial credit, and rating scale models
- Joint maximum likelihood estimation
- MLE, MAP, and EAP estimation of examinee ability
- Missing data allowed and handled by ignoring it or scoring it as zero
- Save item parameter estimates to database
- Save person parameter estimates to database
- Item fit and scale quality statistics
- Item map graph

### Item Response Theory Linking and Equating

- Handles IRT linking for binary and polytomous items
- Supported linking models include any combination of Rasch, 2PL, 3PL, PCM, RSM, GRM, or GPCM
- Mean/mean, mean/sigma, Haebara, Stocking-Lord procedures
- Fixed common item parameter estimation for Rasch, partial credit, and rating scale models
- Robust z statistic for item parameter drift
- Item parameter correlations
- Save transformed person and item values to database
- IRT true score equating using any combination of Rasch, 2PL, 3PL, PCM, RSM, GRM, or GPCM

### Test Scaling

- Sum score, average score, percentile ranks, Kelley regressed scores, and normalized scores
- Linear transformations of scale scores
- Save scale scores to database

### Frequency Analysis

- Frequency and proportion endorsing a response
- Cummulative frequency and cummulative relative frequency

### Descriptive Statistics

- Minimum
- First quartile
- Median
- Mean
- Third quartile
- Maximum
- Standard deviation
- Interquartile range

### Item Analysis

- Proportion endorsing each response option
- Option standard deviation
- Flexible scoring allows user to assign score value to each option
- Partial credit and multiple correct answers allowed
- Point-biserial correlation
- Biserial correlation
- Test score descriptive statistics (see list of statistics above)
- Reliability methods include Guttman's lambda 2, Cronbach's alpha, Feldt Gilmer coefficient, Feldt-Brennan coefficient, and Raju's beta
- For a given method of reliability, the reliability and standard error of measurement if item deleted is optionally provided
- 95% confidence interval provided for Cronbach's alpha
- Standard error of measurement
- Conditional standard error of measurement at cut-score
- Huynh's decision consistency and raw agreement indices and standard errors

### DIF Analysis

- Currently based on Mantel-Haenszel procedure
- Effect size computation (ETS Delta or standardized mean difference)
- ETS DIF classification
- Nonparametric IRT option charateristic curves illustrate DIF for each item and the test characteristic curve

### Pie Charts

- Edit chart title and subtitle
- Graph individual variables
- Graph multiple variable in trellis plot (plot with variables arranged in rows and columns)
- Graph multiple variables in individual plots
- Add 3D-effects
- Chart frequencies or percentages
- Chart variable according to a grouping variable

### Bar Charts

- Edit chart title and subtitle
- Graph individual variables
- Graph multiple variable in trellis plot (plot with variables arranged in rows and columns)
- Graph multiple variables in individual plots
- Add 3D-effects
- Graph frequencies or percentages
- Graph variable according to a grouping variable
- Horzontal or vertical orientation

### Histograms

- Edit chart title and subtitle
- Graph individual variables
- Graph multiple variable in trellis plot (plot with variables arranged in rows and columns)
- Graph multiple variables in individual plots
- Graph histogram by group using transparent effect
- Overlay normal distribution or kernel density estimate

### Kernel Density Estimation

- Edit chart title and subtitle
- Graph individual variables
- Graph multiple variable in trellis plot (plot with variables arranged in rows and columns)
- Graph multiple variables in individual plots
- Produce estimates by group
- Choice of kernel

### Nonparametric Item Response Theory Characteristic Curve Estimation

- Edit chart title and subtitle
- Graph individual variables
- Graph multiple variables in individual plots
- Choice of kernel
- Score scale may be true score or normal score
- Plot all response options or expected item score