pTyX is a python precompiler for LaTeX.
pTyX MCQ Extension
Disclaimer: installation is broken for now (work in progress...)
If you're interested, please wait a few months before it becomes fully usable.
(For now, the following document is only a draft documenting future usage.)
pTyX is a LaTeX precompiler, written in Python. pTyX enables to generate LaTeX documents, using custom commands or plain python code. One single pTyX file may generate many latex documents, with different values. I developed and used pTyX to make several versions of a same test in exams, for my student, to discourage cheating. Since it uses sympy library, pTyX has symbolic calculus abilities too.
pTyX MCQ extension makes it easy to use pTyX to generate Multiple Choice Questions as pdf documents.
The students MCQ can then be scanned and automatically corrected and scored.
Obviously, pTyX needs a working Python installation. Python version 3.8 (at least) is required for pTyX MCQ to run.
Currently, pTyX is only supported on GNU/Linux.
The easiest way to install it is to use pip.
$ pip install --user ptyx_mcq
To generate a template, run:
$ mcq new new_folder
This will generate a
new_folder/new.ptyx file, which is the main configuration file.
This will also create a
new_folder/questions/ folder, where you should put all the exercises,
See the next section (MCQ file format) for more information about those files format.
To compile the template, run:
$ mcq make
For more options:
$ mcq make --help
To automatically corrected the scanned students MCQs, but them as a pdf inside
$ mcq scan
MCQ file format
mcq new, a template folder will be generated, including a
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