GDINA (2.7.9)

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The Generalized DINA Model Framework.

A set of psychometric tools for cognitive diagnosis modeling based on the generalized deterministic inputs, noisy and gate (G-DINA) model by de la Torre (2011) and its extensions, including the sequential G-DINA model by Ma and de la Torre (2016) for polytomous responses, and the polytomous G-DINA model by Chen and de la Torre for polytomous attributes. Joint attribute distribution can be independent, saturated, higher-order, loglinear smoothed or structured. Q-matrix validation, item and model fit statistics, model comparison at test and item level and differential item functioning can also be conducted. A graphical user interface is also provided.

Maintainer: Wenchao Ma
Author(s): Wenchao Ma [aut, cre, cph], Jimmy de la Torre [aut, cph], Miguel Sorrel [ctb], Zhehan Jiang [ctb]

License: GPL-3

Uses: alabama, ggplot2, MASS, nloptr, numDeriv, Rcpp, Rsolnp, shiny, shinydashboard, Matrix, poLCA, stringr, testthat, CDM, knitr, rmarkdown, pkgdown
Reverse suggests: CDM
Reverse enhances: CDM

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