Data SGP

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The sgp package provides tools for analyzing student growth patterns (SGP). Analyses are intended to be as straightforward and reproducible as possible. This goal requires careful attention to the software/hardware requirements, data preparation, and the analytical methodology. The bulk of time spent performing SGP analyses is preparing the data.

To run SGP analyses, a computer running the R software environment must be available. R is available for Windows, OSX, and Linux and is open source, so it can be used on almost any operating system. If you are not familiar with using R, it is advisable to spend some time becoming familiar with it before attempting any analyses.

The SGP package uses the sgpData data set, which is designed to be simple to use and to support a variety of analyses. sgpData contains information about students’ progress over five years of assessment data. The first column of sgpData, ID, provides the unique student identifier. The next 5 columns, GRADE_2013, GRADE_2014, GRADE_2015, and GRADE_2016, provide the student assessment scores for each year. The final 5 columns, SS_2013, SS_2014, SS_2015, and SS_2016, provide the scale score associated with each student.

Depending on the analysis that you plan to perform, you can use either WIDE or LONG format data with the SGP package. For most analyses, however, it is recommended that you use LONG data. LONG data offers numerous benefits to data preparation and storage over WIDE data formats. For more detailed information, see the SGP vignette on using sgpData.

To prepare the data for an SGP analysis, it must be downloaded and formatted in the correct file type. For example, when using the SGP package to generate a Student Growth Projection, the data must be in sgpData format.

The sgpData vignette on the SGP website provides detailed instructions for downloading, formatting, and loading data. The vignette also explains how to create an output file from your SGP analysis.

If you are interested in developing additional SGP vignettes on specific topics, please contact us by creating an issue on the GitHub site. We would be happy to work with you to develop a vignette that can help others in their data analyses. Please be sure to include a description of the topic for which you are interested in developing a vignette and a link to the relevant SGP wiki page. We will then review your submission and determine if it is suitable for inclusion in the SGP wiki. If so, we will publish the vignette to the wiki and make it available to others. Thank you for your help! We hope that you find the sgpData vignette helpful.