Build a comprehensive psychometric item analysis report in Word with graphics, tables, and narratives… in seconds! Automatically flag items that are too hard or confusing, and dig in to diagnose with easy-to-read graphs.
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Iteman is a software platform for automated psychometric reporting (test and item analysis) with classical test theory. What does that mean? It means that the software doesn’t just calculate statistics – it automatically builds you a tech report in MS Word, potentially hundreds of pages, with embedded narratives, graphs, and tables like you see here. You can take the item analysis pages and share them on your screen to discuss with the content experts.
The free version provides an account with full functionality but a limit to 100 students and 100 items. This is perfect for teaching or learning classical test theory as well as real-world application to many smaller-scale tests.
The free version allows you to get going with the program immediately and start improving your assessments by flagging items that do not meet best practices.
Iteman is available as either a cloud version or downloaded Windows version. The cloud version allows you to use the software anywhere. The Windows version allows you to keep all your data on your local PC.
You can upgrade your free license to a premium license at any time; contact us for more information.
Iteman provides a straightforward UI for you to specify your input files and types of test and item analysis you want to do. As you can see in the video, instead of having to write command code, you simply click on the options you need:
Of course, Iteman provides all of the standard results from CTT analysis, out of the box without you needing to check some boxes:
Instead of producing output as ASCII text from the 1980s, Iteman produces a full narrative report in Microsoft Word. You can then use this as the starting point draft for your own report, saving you many hours of effort.
The program produces extensive test-level output regarding the examinee scores, including 7 estimates of reliability, complete analysis of domains (content areas), frequency distributions of scores, subscores, and statistics, and CSEM.
However, the majority of the report is item-by-item results using classical test theory like you see here, presented in detailed tables with a quantile plot for each item. Simply paste in item texts, and you have a comprehensive report ready for item reviewers!
A number of large testing companies use Iteman™ to produce reports for clients, charging up to $5,000 each time – you can now produce these reports yourself for a fraction of the cost!