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• Hi. Welcome to my demonstration of the power and flexibility of iAuditor.

• It provides demonstrations of how you can use the Scoring function. Feel free to dig in and take a look at how I've built it.

• Swipe right to see examples that explain the scoring function.

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Scoring

• Demonstration of Scoring

• There are 2 components to scoring. (Score and Weight)

• I am a Checkbox with a weight of 1

• Not ticked the score is (0/1)

• Ticked the score is (1/1)

• I am a checkbox with a weight of 3

• Not ticked the score is (0/3)

• Ticked the score is (3/3)

• I am a Question with a weight of 4

• No answer selected, gives a score of (0/20)

• 1 x 4 gives a score of (4/20)

• 2 x 4 gives a score of (8/20)

• 3 x 4 gives a score of (12/20)

• 4 x 4 gives a score of (16/20)

• 5 x 4 gives a score of (20/20)

• The highest scoring response is set to 5. And the whole question's weight is 4, so the maximum you can score is 5 x 4 = 20.

• How does scoring work with Multiple Choice fields? Well, this depends on whether you choose for it to be Single Selection or Multiple Selection.

• The score base is the maximum score that can be selected from the list.

• I am a Multiple Choice field with Single Selection.

• No response selected. Score (0/5)

• Because you can only select ONE response then the score base is the maximum of any single choice you can make. (In this case 5)

• I am a Multiple Choice field with Multiple Selection.

• No response - score = 0

• Because you could select ALL responses, the score base is the sum of all selections. (Ie. 1+2+0+5 =8). Add up the total of all selections to get your score out of 8 (nn/8).

• Note: If the score base from a mulltiple selection means the field is contributing too much against your overall score, then change the weighting to a decimal value. Eg. The above example contributes 8 points to your overall score but it should only be worth 1 point. Change the weight for the component to 1/8 (0.125).

## Components that allow you to assign a weight & score.

• Questions - (Score depends on the response)

• Checkbox - (Score is either 0 or 1)

• Multiple Choice - (Score depends on the response)

• Slider - (Score is the value selected). Note: The score base is the maximum value of the slider. Eg. If the max value on the slider is 1000, then this field would contribute 1000 points to your overall score. In this case you may change the weight to 0.001 so it brings the total contribution back to 1.

• Tick if you want a demonstration.

• Choose the weight of the slider to see the impact on your score.

• Below is a slider with a weight of 1. Because the maximum value of the slider is 1000, this single component will add 1000 to the total possible score of your Audit. If you selected a slider value of 50, then this item would contribute (50/1000) to your score.

• Enter a value then Preview the report to see the impact on your score.

• Below is a slider with a weight of 0.001 The maximum value of the slider is 1000 but the weight is 0.001, therefore this component will add 1 to the total possible score of your Audit. If you selected a slider value of 50, then this item would contribute (0.05/1) to your score.

• Enter a value then Preview the report to see the impact on your score.

• Switch - (Score is either 0 or 1)

Getting Further Examples & Help

• I hope you have enjoyed this demonstration of scoring and have learned more about the flexibility and strengths of the system.

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