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Old 17-02-2006, 09:24 AM   #1
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Lightbulb Polls and Quizzes

Hi All,

Eric Matheson asked if it was possible to have a poll that have multiple questions with multiple choices.

Well,

A normal poll doesn't allow this complex issue.
A normal one let us choose between two and unique ways to construct polls.
  • single choice: a single reply within a multiple choice
  • multiple choice: enabling a set of replies within the allowed.
But there is no way to propose in that way multiple questions.

So,

I installed a quiz feature (see navigation bar menu, third entry, before the PubMed one)

You need to construct the quiz, Eric.

The quiz is then submitted to admins for approval.
Hope it helps.

I put a trial with the Simpsons.
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Old 17-02-2006, 09:38 AM   #2
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I got a 9% of good replies. Homer defeated me!
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Old 17-02-2006, 10:28 AM   #3
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Can't take that quiz, Bernard. I have never watched the Simpsons, ever, but I know there is a guy called Homer, a girl called Lisa and someone with purple hair.

There you are.

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61% for me, I haven't watched the Homer and co in some time
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I scored 21%. I like the quiz feature Bernard.
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As I said it, Diane, it was a way to workaround the poll problem of Eric.

You can enable a kind of free learning about neurosciences and so on...
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I like the quiz idea, too, Bernard. Much more of a learning thing than a poll.

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Bernard, I've been in the US for 18 years. I have yet to see one episode of the Simpsons and my lackluster score of 6% describes it very well, obviating the need for ambiguity.

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