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rubric levels 3 years 2 months ago #7009

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Hello! Could you help me with rubric levels? You showed me how to select a rubric column in a formula--brilliant! Now I think it should be possible to take an average of all the values in, for example, all the first columns of every instance of a particular rubric, without having to add each instance manually in the formula. And I suspect that levels may be the right tool. But I can't figure out how to do this. Am I missing something obvious (as I did last time)? Many thanks! Brian
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rubric levels 3 years 2 months ago #7010

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Hello Brian,
If you'd like to work with individual columns in a rubric you'll have to add each instance manually inside a FLEXAVERAGE function.
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