Survey for VEX Students and Mentors

  1. 6 days ago

    Crazycrabman

    Oct 9 Los Angeles California 6526 D

    Fill out the survey here
    Thank you for taking the time to fill out our survey! It really helps us out!

  2. lacsap

    Oct 9 Event Partner, V5 Beta Tester Massachusetts 9791[a-z]

    @Crazycrabman Fill out the survey here
    Thank you for taking the time to fill out our survey! It really helps us out!

    Please a little more context about the purpose of this survey and questions to be asked.

    How will the data be used?

  3. Crazycrabman

    Oct 9 Los Angeles California 6526 D

    @lacsap Please a little more context about the purpose of this survey and questions to be asked.

    How will the data be used?

    I don't want to reveal the entire purpose of the survey in order to eliminate possible sources of error, but I will say that it is in relation to a PLTW course and is approved by our teacher to conduct.

  4. Robo_Eng_13

    Oct 9 Indiana 1483

    Looks like someone is trying to start a rebellion regarding the sorting of screws or lack thereof...

  5. Crazycrabman

    Oct 9 Los Angeles California 6526 D

    @Robo_Eng_13 Looks like someone is trying to start a rebellion regarding the sorting of screws or lack thereof...

    My cover has been compromised!

  6. 536Mentor

    Oct 9 Event Partner, V5 Beta Tester Appleton, WI 536

    @Crazycrabman My cover has been compromised!

    The problem with the survey regarding sorting the screws is just what do you mean by "sorting the screws"?
    Do you mean sorting them by length? by size (6-32 vs 8-32)? That part of the survey should have been several more specific questions.

  7. Crazycrabman

    Oct 9 Los Angeles California 6526 D

    @536Mentor The problem with the survey regarding sorting the screws is just what do you mean by "sorting the screws"?
    Do you mean sorting them by length? by size (6-32 vs 8-32)? That part of the survey should have been several more specific questions.

    Sorting the screws means just that, sorting the screws in any way or fashion possible. Later in the survey (if you respond to certain questions in certain ways) it asks how you sort the screws. The intent of the question was to find out if the respondent felt they had trouble sorting their screws in whatever fashion their program uses, without trying find out the specific fashion in which they sort their screws.

  8. Robo_Eng_13

    Oct 9 Indiana 1483

    Screw sorting will be easier with V5 since there will no longer be a need for a different diameter. The only thing that will matter is length.

  9. Crazycrabman

    Oct 9 Los Angeles California 6526 D

    @Robo_Eng_13 Screw sorting will be easier with V5 since there will no longer be a need for a different diameter. The only thing that will matter is length.

    Definitely. Just one more reason why I'm pretty excited for V5. It's so annoying when you reach in your screw bin, grab a screw, walk over to your robot, and find out you grabbed a motor screw.

  10. Robo_Eng_13

    Oct 9 Indiana 1483

    @Crazycrabman Definitely. Just one more reason why I'm pretty excited for V5. It's so annoying when you reach in your screw bin, grab a screw, walk over to your robot, and find out you grabbed a motor screw.

    After our last sorting, we actually put all the motor screws in one tool box with all of the motor replacement gears and repair components and shaft components, and the regular screws and stand offs in a a separate tool box to help prevent that. Unfortunately, all of the segmented tubs are removable and are now scattered and shuffled throughout the room.

  11. kmmohn

    Oct 9 Monroe MI 3547

    Can't even answer question 1, because we are a community team, not tied to a school. The question about V5 is a partial: our U-team and one of our HS teams has V5, rest is cortex.

  12. 536Mentor

    Oct 9 Event Partner, V5 Beta Tester Appleton, WI 536

    @Crazycrabman Sorting the screws means just that, sorting the screws in any way or fashion possible. Later in the survey (if you respond to certain questions in certain ways) it asks how you sort the screws. The intent of the question was to find out if the respondent felt they had trouble sorting their screws in whatever fashion their program uses, without trying find out the specific fashion in which they sort their screws.

    I answered NO to the question "Do you have trouble sorting screws?" because I was not sure of just what you meant. We don't have a lot of difficulty sorting by length and with V5, we are not going to see the issue of sorting between 6-32 and 8-32. Therefore, the survey didn't take me to the more detailed portion. That being said (as a teacher of Statistics), you're survey might face some possible undercoverage.

  13. kmmohn

    Oct 9 Monroe MI 3547

    One day I'll probably tinker a "screw sorter" for our team to use, and even publish plans for the community. But it might not be until I retire...

  14. 5 days ago

    Crazycrabman

    Oct 10 Los Angeles California 6526 D

    @kmmohn Can't even answer question 1, because we are a community team, not tied to a school. The question about V5 is a partial: our U-team and one of our HS teams has V5, rest is cortex.

    For question one, just answer VEX if you are not affiliated to the school. The program part of school/program was meant to cover unaffiliated teams, but it could've been worded better.

  15. 4 days ago

    SpencerVaughan

    Oct 12 Melbourne, Australia 96498A

    enjoy the screw pun <3

 

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