get_fill_in_the_blanks_score {capl} R Documentation

## Compute a fill in the blanks score.

### Description

This function computes a score (fill_in_the_blanks_score) for responses to the fill in the blanks items (story about Sally) in the CAPL-2 Questionnaire. This score is used to compute the knowledge and understanding domain score (ku_score).

### Usage

get_fill_in_the_blanks_score(
pa_is = NA,
pa_is_also = NA,
improve = NA,
increase = NA,
when_cooling_down = NA,
heart_rate = NA,
version = 2
)


### Arguments

 pa_is A vector representing a response to the first fill in the blank item (correct answers are 1, 7, "Fun" or "Good"). pa_is_also A vector representing a response to the second fill in the blank item (correct answers are 1, 7, "Fun" or "Good"). improve A vector representing a response to the third fill in the blank item (correct answers are 3 or "Endurance"). increase A vector representing a response to the fourth fill in the blank item (correct answers are 8 or "Strength"). when_cooling_down A vector representing a response to the fifth fill in the blank item (correct answers are 2 or "Stretches"). heart_rate A vector representing a response to the sixth fill in the blank item (correct answers are 4 or "Pulse"). version An optional numeric (integer) vector representing the version of CAPL. This argument is set to 2 by default. If set to 1, the when_cooling_down parameter will be ignored and the score re-weighted so that it's out of six.

### Details

The following integers represent the responses for the items/arguments in this function:

• 1 = Fun

• 2 = Stretches

• 3 = Endurance

• 4 = Pulse

• 5 = Breathing

• 6 = Flexibility

• 7 = Good

• 8 = Strength

• 9 = Bad

• 10 = Sport

Other capl functions called by this function include: get_binary_score().

### Value

Returns a numeric (integer) vector with values between 0 and 5 (if valid) or NA (if not valid).

### Examples

get_fill_in_the_blanks_score(
pa_is = c(2, 3, "fun", 9),
pa_is_also = c(2, 5, "Fun", 9),
improve = c(1, 3, 10, "Endurance"),
increase = c(2, 3.5, "strength", "strength"),
when_cooling_down = c("stretches", 9, 2, ""),
heart_rate = c(3, 9, 4, "pulse")
)

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