We are excited to announce the release of version 4 of our popular Remark Classic OMRsoftware! Remark Classic OMR is the leading software solution for data collection, test scoring and survey tabulation using preprinted OMR (“fill in the bubble”) forms and OMR scanners from Scantron, Sekonic, Apperson, and Chatsworth Data. When driven by Remark Classic OMR, these scanners read traditional bubble forms and save the data in an electronic format. The software grades tests and tabulates survey results, provides sophisticated data analysis and graphs, and exported data to many commonly used formats, making it compatible with most outside analysis programs and databases. Schools, training or testing services, researchers, large companies and government agencies commonly use this system to process high volumes of tests, surveys or other forms.
Gravic has added support for several new OMR scanners and predefined templates for standard OMR forms for Scantron, Sekonic, Apperson and Chatsworth Data. New features include the ability to email reports and data from Remark Classic OMR, full support for Windows 7 and Microsoft Office 2010 and major SPSS file format enhancements. The SPSS format has been completely overhauled, providing longer variable names, easier template set up and more customizable export. The new version also supports enhanced database lookup features and includes respondent detection so you can see who has and has not completed your test or survey.
Remark Classic OMR includes Remark Quick Stats®, an analysis component that grades tests, analyzes surveys and generates many powerful reports. There are many enhancements to Remark Quick Stats in the new version. With Version 4 you have the ability to exclude NA (non-applicable) answer choices from the statistics and still see how many respondents chose the NA response. There are several new reports and report enhancements added to Remark Quick Stats, including a Question Mean report showing means for all questions in a concise format, Student Response Report showing score data for all students and questions on a test in a graphical format, Condensed Test Report showing response frequencies, additional distractor and question reliability information, as well as overall test score data.