cIRT package (CRAN,
GitHub) is home to
the implementation of Choice Item Response Theory
(cIRT) described by
Culpepper and Balamuta (2015).
cIRT jointly models the accuracy of cognitive responses and item choices
within a bayesian hierarchical framework.
Wow, when time flies, it really flies! Today, we’re updating
cIRT for the first
time in almost 2 years. Moreover, it’s been about six years since the package
was first listed on CRAN! The goal of this release is to address an issue with
how authors are specified in
citation(). Alongside of this update, we’ve
also opted to increase the package dependency requirements once more.
For more information, please see the full NEWS release below.
cIRT news file entry for version 1.3.2 (2022-03-23)
- Fix use of
'middle'argument by using
- Bump requirements to using R 4.0.0 , Rcpp 1.0.8, and RcppArmadillo 10.8.1 or above. (#8)