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What does this mean? Discuss briefly 2 methods which will automate a questionnaire.

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This is the part before this question Construct four questions for a questionnaire that can provide a basis for investigation for a new computer system. Use a different type for each question. Do… Read More
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6y, 2m agoPosted 6 years, 2 months ago
This is the part before this question

Construct four questions for a questionnaire that can provide a basis for investigation for a new computer system. Use a different type for each question. Do not repeat a type e.g.

But im confused to what exactly this means :/
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6y, 2m agoPosted 6 years, 2 months ago
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From what I understood it's asking you to discuss 2 ways how a questionnaire is made. Hope this is any help
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lkscoltand
From what I understood it's asking you to discuss 2 ways how a questionnaire is made. Hope this is any help


Hmm that does seem logical
#3
I'm guessing -:
1, Radio Buttons
2, Text Box
3, Tick Boxes
4, Drop Down Box

I'm sure lecturers make questions obtuse on purpose for their own amusement.

Edit.. The C does stand for C# OR C++ doesn't it?

Edited By: danmc on Mar 23, 2011 07:02
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danmc
I'm guessing -:
1, Radio Buttons
2, Text Box
3, Tick Boxes
4, Drop Down Box

I'm sure lecturers make questions obtuse on purpose for their own amusement.


This for art b but as it asks you to discuss two for part c I think you need to briefly explain each of the two methods you choose and maybe the pros and cons. How many marks for the question?


Edited By: stewby on Mar 23, 2011 07:06
#5
danmc
I'm guessing -:
1, Radio Buttons
2, Text Box
3, Tick Boxes
4, Drop Down Box

I'm sure lecturers make questions obtuse on purpose for their own amusement.

Edit.. The C does stand for C# OR C++ doesn't it?



Nope just like A,B,C as in Part A, Part B, Part C
#6
Thats the whole question :


A. You are the project manager and have been asked to do requirements analysis based on the above user specification. The outcome of which will be the following:
i. Functional requirements
ii. Non-functional requirements
iii. Any obvious omission
iv. Platitudes

B. Construct four questions for a questionnaire that can provide a basis for investigation for a new computer system. Use a different type for each question. Do not repeat a type e.g.
i. Multiple choice
ii. Numeric open end
iii. Text open end
iv. Rating scales
v. Agreement scales

C. Discuss briefly 2 methods which will automate a questionnaire.
23 marks
#7
I have done A and B. Im guessing C is probably worth like 5 marks or so :/

Edited By: MarzBarz on Mar 23, 2011 07:19
#8
mumbojumbo
You are being asked to design a new computer system for a client.
You need to construct a questionnaire to work out what sort of system the client requires.
B. is asking for 4 example questions you can use in the questionnaire - it's asking for 4 different types of questioning to show that you understand what the different types are.
The answers to the questions could be evaluated manually, but they could also be automated so that a particular response leads to a particular solution/suggestion. Use a flowchart to direct the questions. Or assign a scoring system to each of the responses.

P.S. This is a best guess. I have no computer training. :p


Hmmm :/ lol
#9
despite the roundabout way i think danmc actually hit the nail on the head, the two methods for automating a questionaire would surely mean (eg)
a, a drop down list for use in multiple choice questions
b. text open end questions, these would need to be in the form tick box with a text entry form activated on tick.
or you could discuss the use of radio buttons for agreement or rating scales

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