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http://community.wolfram.com/groups/-/m/t/1360762
Please find attached a Mathematica notebook that demonstrates the CloudDeploy of a FormPage for an online quiz. It can be taken by different students at the same time, provided that each one enters a different student id number. Student's progress is stored in the Wolfram Cloud (CloudPut) using string labels (uri) that include the student id number. In the source code, the correct answer to each question is always the first choice in the list, however different students will see the multiple choice answers in different order (RandomPermutation) when the quiz is online. The quiz looks very nice in my iPhone, but students can also work in a computer or tablet. This is a link to the final product: [online quiz created with FormPage][1]
I hope you find it useful
Jose from Mexico
[1]: https://wolfr.am/vxZpPK3LJose Gomez2018-06-21T22:31:10ZOrdered list of hyperlinks to all Mathematica tutorials?
http://community.wolfram.com/groups/-/m/t/1359354
Is there an ordered list of hyperlinks to all Mathematica tutorials, ordered like a table of contents would be?Joe Donaldson2018-06-19T23:09:30ZImplement Mathematica in Mathematica
http://community.wolfram.com/groups/-/m/t/1357709
Has anyone written Mathematica code simulating the Mathematica evaluation process (or at least some of its basics)? A Mathematica emulator (not the heavy math stuff like integration and reduce), written Mathematica, but using a small subset of Mathematica's functions? I hope one of you thinks it is fun, because it would be far beyond my ability, but the results would at least be helpful to new users trying to understand what Mathematica does. Once you learned said small subset of functions, you could understand the emulator's code; and once you understood the emulator's code, you would understand Mathematica. I cannot pay though, so I hope this sounds fun.Joe Donaldson2018-06-17T22:41:37Z