Commit 7ffffcbc authored by Olivier's avatar Olivier

Add complete set of example files, to serve as proof-of-concept demo

parent a88b3760
File G03091738A.pdf is missing on purpose from this folder, in order to test what happens when one grading submission is missing
name,lastname,email,custom_ID_A,custom_ID_G,submitted,peer1_ID,peer2_ID
Theodore,von Kármán,test1@example.com,A94424401,G22319408,True,G03091738A,G85539397B
Osborne,Reynolds,test2@example.com,A90692381,G03091738,True,G22319408A,G27383283B
Ada,Lovelace,test3@example.com,A71313037,G85539397,True,G27383283A,G03091738B
Marie,Curie,test4@example.com,A22017094,G27383283,True,G85539397A,G22319408B
pdf_name,q1.1,q1.2,q1.3,q2.1,q2.2,q2.3,qpr,comments
G22319408B.pdf,2.0,1.5,1.5,2.0,1.5,1.5,0,"A comment with several lines: first line
second line
third line
fourth line"
G85539397A.pdf,0.5,0.5,0.5,0.5,0.5,0.5,-0.5,Another comment
G22319408A.pdf,0,0,0,0,0,0,0,All zeroes (default values) in this form
G27383283A.pdf,0.5,0.5,0.5,0.5,0.5,0.5,-0.5,A comment with non-ASCII characters: à á Ö ö — «»
G85539397B.pdf,1.0,1.0,1.5,1.5,1.0,1.0,-0.5,Hello
G03091738B.pdf,1.5,1.5,1.5,2.0,1.5,1.5,0,"A comment with double quotes ""hello"" and single quotes 'hello'"
G27383283B.pdf,2.0,1.5,1.5,2.0,1.5,1.5,-2.5,
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"name","lastname","email","custom_ID_A","custom_ID_G","peer1_grade_1","peer1_grade_2","peer1_grade_3","peer1_grade_4","peer1_grade_5","peer1_grade_6","peer1_removed_points","peer1_comments","peer1_final_grade","peer2_grade_1","peer2_grade_2","peer2_grade_3","peer2_grade_4","peer2_grade_5","peer2_grade_6","peer2_removed_points","peer2_comments","peer2_final_grade","avg grade"
"Theodore","von Kármán","test1@example.com","A94424401","G22319408",0,0,0,0,0,0,0,"All zeroes (default values) in this form",0,2,1.5,1.5,2,1.5,1.5,0,"A comment with several lines: first line | second line | third line | fourth line",10,5
"Osborne","Reynolds","test2@example.com","A90692381","G03091738","None","None","None","None","None","None","None","None","None",1.5,1.5,1.5,2,1.5,1.5,0,"A comment with double quotes ""hello"" and single quotes 'hello'",9.5,9.5
"Ada","Lovelace","test3@example.com","A71313037","G85539397",0.5,0.5,0.5,0.5,0.5,0.5,-0.5,"Another comment",2.5,1,1,1.5,1.5,1,1,-0.5,"Hello",6.5,4.5
"Marie","Curie","test4@example.com","A22017094","G27383283",0.5,0.5,0.5,0.5,0.5,0.5,-0.5,"A comment with non-ASCII characters: à á Ö ö — «»",2.5,2,1.5,1.5,2,1.5,1.5,-2.5,"None",7.5,5
name,lastname,email,custom_ID_A,custom_ID_G,log
Theodore,von Kármán,test1@example.com,A94424401,G22319408,Email was sent to: test1@example.com time: Fri Aug 16 15:39:10 2019
Osborne,Reynolds,test2@example.com,A90692381,G03091738,Email was sent to: test2@example.com time: Fri Aug 16 15:39:15 2019
Ada,Lovelace,test3@example.com,A71313037,G85539397,Email was sent to: test3@example.com time: Fri Aug 16 15:39:20 2019
Marie,Curie,test4@example.com,A22017094,G27383283,Email was sent to: test4@example.com time: Fri Aug 16 15:39:25 2019
resultone = dummyone * dummytwo
resulttwo = dummytwo**2 + dummyone**(0.5)
\documentclass[12pt,a4paper]{article}
\usepackage{fluidmechpeer1} % from https://framagit.org/olivier/sensible-styles
\newcommand{\acode}{XXcustomIDAXX}
\newcommand{\gcode}{XXcustomIDGXX}
\newcommand{\studentfullname}{XXstudentfullnameXX}
\newcommand{\studentfirstname}{XXstudentfirstnameXX}
\newcommand{\length}{XXlengthXX}
\newcommand{\width}{XXwidthXX}
\newcommand{\area}{XXareaXX}
\newcommand{\areadoubled}{XXarea_doubledXX}
\renewcommand{\authorofthisdocument}{Author}
\renewcommand{\titleofthisdocument}{Assignment \#1 for \studentfullname}
\usepackage{fluidmechpeer2}
\begin{document}
\vspace{\stretch{1}}
\begin{centering}
{\Large \titleofthisdocument
(custom ID: \acode)}
\end{centering}
\vspace{1em}
Dear \studentfirstname,\\
this is your first coursework assignment. Please submit your answer in a single \textsc{pdf} document, as instructed in the coursework email you received.
You are free to decide how short or long your answers should be. Ultimately, your work will be graded by two peer students, who will act as if they were your colleagues. Each question will be evaluated according to three criteria:
\begin{itemize}
\item (~\SI{40}{\percent}) Is the correct general formula for the answer provided?
\item (~\SI{30}{\percent}) Is the correct corresponding calculation provided?
\item (~\SI{30}{\percent}) Is a sensible final result provided, expressed with the correct units?
\end{itemize}
I hope you will have fun working through this problem!
With best regards,
(Author).\\
\href{mailto:author@example.com}{author@example.com}
\vspace{\stretch{1}}
\clearpage
\section*{Area of a rectangle}
A rectangle has a length of \SI{\length}{\metre} and a width of \SI{\width}{\metre}.
\section*{Problem}
\begin{enumerate}
\item What is the area of the rectangle?
\item What is the area of the rectangle if the length of every side is doubled?
\end{enumerate}
\end{document}
find_marker,range_min,range_max,round_off_decimals
XXpipediameterXX,0.5,3,1
XXpipelengthXX,100,350,0
XXdensityXX,980,1300,0
XXviscosityXX,1E-05,0.2,7
XXreynoldsXX,4500,20000000,0
XXdummyoneXX,1,10000,0
XXdummytwoXX,0.001,0.1,4
name,lastname,email,matrikel
Osborne,Von Kármán,example1@ovgu.de,123456
Theodore,Reynolds,example2@ovgu.de,123457
student1,one,one@st.ovgu.de,100001
student2,two,two@st.ovgu.de,100002
student3,three,three@st.ovgu.de,100003
student4,four,four@st.ovgu.de,100004
student5,five,five@st.ovgu.de,100005
student6,six,six@st.ovgu.de,100006
student7,seven,seven@st.ovgu.de,100007
student8,eight,eight@st.ovgu.de,100008
First name,Last name,email
Theodore,von Kármán,test1@example.com
Osborne,Reynolds,test2@example.com
Ada,Lovelace,test3@example.com
Marie,Curie,test4@example.com
\documentclass[12pt,a4paper]{article}
\usepackage{fluidmechpeer1} % from https://framagit.org/olivier/sensible-styles
\renewcommand{\authorofthisdocument}{Author}
\renewcommand{\titleofthisdocument}{Grading form}
\usepackage{fluidmechpeer2}
\newgeometry{
top = 2cm,
left= 1.5cm,
right= 1.5cm,
bottom= 2cm,
}
\begin{document}
\begin{Form}
\section*{Q1 — What is the area of the rectangle?}
\large
Is the correct general formula for the answer provided? \hfill Points: \ChoiceMenu[combo,name=q1.1,width=2cm,charsize=12pt,default=0,bordercolor=nicegray]{\null}{0,0.5,1.0,1.5,2.0}
\par~\par
Is the correct corresponding calculation provided? \hfill Points: \ChoiceMenu[combo,name=q1.2,width=2cm,charsize=12pt,default=0,bordercolor=nicegray]{\null}{0,0.5,1.0,1.5}
\par~\par
Is a sensible final result provided, expressed with the correct units? \hfill Points: \ChoiceMenu[combo,name=q1.3,width=2cm,charsize=12pt,default=0,bordercolor=nicegray]{\null}{0,0.5,1.0,1.5}
\par~\par
\section*{Q2 — What is the area of the rectangle if the length of every side is~doubled?}
\large
Is the correct general formula for the answer provided? \hfill Points: \ChoiceMenu[combo,name=q2.1,width=2cm,charsize=12pt,default=0,bordercolor=nicegray]{\null}{0,0.5,1.0,1.5,2.0}
\par~\par
Is the correct corresponding calculation provided? \hfill Points: \ChoiceMenu[combo,name=q2.2,width=2cm,charsize=12pt,default=0,bordercolor=nicegray]{\null}{0,0.5,1.0,1.5}
\par~\par
Is a sensible final result provided, expressed with the correct units? \hfill Points: \ChoiceMenu[combo,name=q2.3,width=2cm,charsize=12pt,default=0,bordercolor=nicegray]{\null}{0,0.5,1.0,1.5}
\par~\par~\par
Finally, should points be removed because the submission is poorly formatted or poorly organized? (Optional, at your discretion) \hfill Points: \ChoiceMenu[combo,name=qpr,width=2cm,charsize=12pt,default=0,bordercolor=nicegray]{\null}{0,-0.5,-1.0,-1.5,-2.0,-2.5}
\par~\par
Comments (optional)\\
\TextField[name=comments,multiline=true,width=\textwidth,height=10\baselineskip,charsize=14pt,bordercolor=nicegray]{~}
\end{Form}
\end{document}
\newcommand{\pipediameter}{XXpipediameterXX}
\newcommand{\pipelength}{XXpipelengthXX}
\newcommand{\density}{XXdensityXX}
\newcommand{\viscosity}{XXviscosityXX}
\newcommand{\reynolds}{XXreynoldsXX}
\newcommand{\dummytwo}{XXdummytwoXX}
\newcommand{\dummyone}{XXdummyoneXX}
\documentclass[12pt,a4paper]{article}
\usepackage{fluidmechpeer1} % from https://framagit.org/olivier/sensible-styles
\newcommand{\acode}{XXcustomIDAXX}
\newcommand{\gcode}{XXcustomIDGXX}
\newcommand{\studentfullname}{XXstudentfullnameXX}
\newcommand{\studentfirstname}{XXstudentfirstnameXX}
\newcommand{\length}{XXlengthXX}
\newcommand{\width}{XXwidthXX}
\newcommand{\area}{XXareaXX}
\newcommand{\areadoubled}{XXarea_doubledXX}
\renewcommand{\authorofthisdocument}{Author}
\renewcommand{\titleofthisdocument}{Solution to assignment \#1 for \studentfullname}
\usepackage{fluidmechpeer2}
\begin{document}
\null
\vfill
\begin{centering}
{\Large \titleofthisdocument
(custom ID: {\acode})}
\end{centering}
\vspace{1em}
Dear \studentfirstname,\\
you will find attached the complete solution corresponding to your coursework assignment, followed by your own submission.
Many thanks for participating in the program!
With best regards,
(Author)\\
\href{mailto:author@example.com}{author@example.com}
\vfill
\pagebreak
\section*{Values for this problem:}
\begin{IEEEeqnarray*}{rCl}
L_1 &=& \SI{\length}{\metre}\\
L_2 &=& \SI{\width}{\metre}\\
\end{IEEEeqnarray*}
\section*{Solution to this problem}
\subsection{What is the area of the rectangle?}
The area $A_1$ of the rectangle is expressed with the following equation:
\begin{framed}
\eq{
A_1 &=& L_1 \ L_2 \label{eq_area_rectangle}
}
\end{framed}
The value for the area is obtained by plugging in numbers into eq.~\ref{eq_area_rectangle} above:
\eq{
A_1 &=& L_1 \times L_2\\
&=& \num{\width} \times \num{\length}
}
And so the result is obtained as:
\begin{framed}
\eq{
A_1 &=& \SI{\area}{\metre\squared}
}
\end{framed}
\begin{gradingcomments}
\item The final result must have units of area (\si{\metre\squared}) (weight: 1~point)
\end{gradingcomments}
\subsection{What is the area of the rectangle if the length of every side is~doubled?}
The result is obtained by multiplying every length by a factor 2:
\eq{
A_\text{double} &=& 2 L_1 \times 2 L_2\\
&=& 4 L_1 \ L_2
}
And so the general answer is
\begin{framed}
\eq{
A_\text{double} &=& 4 A_1 \label{area_value_two}
}
\end{framed}
\begin{gradingcomments}
\item A common error might be to state that $A_\text{double} = 2 A_1$ here (weight: 1~point)
\end{gradingcomments}
The final value is obtained by plugging in numbers into eq.~\ref{area_value_two} above:
\eq{
A_\text{double} &=& 4 \times \num{\area}
}
\begin{framed}
\eq{
A_\text{double} &=& \SI{\areadoubled}{\metre\squared}
}
\end{framed}
\begin{gradingcomments}
\item The final result must also have units of area (\si{\metre\squared}) (weight: 1~point)
\end{gradingcomments}
\end{document}
\documentclass[12pt,a4paper]{article}
\usepackage{fluidmechpeer1} % from https://framagit.org/olivier/sensible-styles
\newcommand{\acode}{XXcustomIDAXX}
\newcommand{\gcode}{XXcustomIDGXX}
\newcommand{\studentfullname}{XXstudentfullnameXX}
\newcommand{\studentfirstname}{XXstudentfirstnameXX}
\newcommand{\length}{XXlengthXX}
\newcommand{\width}{XXwidthXX}
\newcommand{\area}{XXareaXX}
\newcommand{\areadoubled}{XXarea_doubledXX}
\renewcommand{\authorofthisdocument}{Author}
\renewcommand{\titleofthisdocument}{Grading for assignment \#1}
\usepackage{fluidmechpeer2}
\begin{document}
\null
\vfill
\begin{centering}
{\Large \titleofthisdocument}
\end{centering}
\vspace{1em}
Dear fellow student,\\
this is one of your two grading assignments for the second piece of coursework.
You will find below a complete worked-out solution for one problem, followed by an anonymous peer student’s answer to it. Please grade this as if you were reviewing your colleague’s work in a professional setting. We do not want absolute perfection, but we expect a clean, clear, and precise answer.
Some general guidelines for marking are as follows:
\begin{itemize}
\item You are completely trusted to grade fairly and considerately.
\item Please grade items independently one from another (e.g.\ you may give full points for giving a sensible answer with the correct units, even though the result is partly incorrect because the wrong numbers were input).
\item Answers that are illegible or ambiguous should be simply discarded (give \SI{0}{point}).
\item Subtract points for messy, disorganized, or hard-to-read answers, as well as for poorly-formatted documents.
\item If the answer is not anonymous (e.g.\ if a name is present in the answers), immediately stop working on it, and contact me.
\item Please do not share this document with anyone.
\end{itemize}
At the end of the document, you will find a marking form. As promised, we are looking for three things in each answer (general formula, correct calculation, correct answer). Please fill in the form using your best judgment and send the resulting file as instructed in the email you received.
Thanks for doing this! Your work here makes it possible for the program to run.
With best regards,
(Author)\\
\href{mailto:author@example.com}{author@example.com}
\vfill
\pagebreak
\section*{Values for this problem:}
\begin{IEEEeqnarray*}{rCl}
L_1 &=& \SI{\length}{\metre}\\
L_2 &=& \SI{\width}{\metre}\\
\end{IEEEeqnarray*}
\section*{Solution to this problem}
\subsection{What is the area of the rectangle?}
The area $A_1$ of the rectangle is expressed with the following equation:
\begin{framed}
\eq{
A_1 &=& L_1 \ L_2 \label{eq_area_rectangle}
}
\end{framed}
The value for the area is obtained by plugging in numbers into eq.~\ref{eq_area_rectangle} above:
\eq{
A_1 &=& L_1 \times L_2\\
&=& \num{\width} \times \num{\length}
}
And so the result is obtained as:
\begin{framed}
\eq{
A_1 &=& \SI{\area}{\metre\squared}
}
\end{framed}
\begin{gradingcomments}
\item The final result must have units of area (\si{\metre\squared}) (weight: 1~point)
\end{gradingcomments}
\subsection{What is the area of the rectangle if the length of every side is~doubled?}
The result is obtained by multiplying every length by a factor 2:
\eq{
A_\text{double} &=& 2 L_1 \times 2 L_2\\
&=& 4 L_1 \ L_2
}
And so the general answer is
\begin{framed}
\eq{
A_\text{double} &=& 4 A_1 \label{area_value_two}
}
\end{framed}
\begin{gradingcomments}
\item A common error might be to state that $A_\text{double} = 2 A_1$ here (weight: 1~point)
\end{gradingcomments}
The final value is obtained by plugging in numbers into eq.~\ref{area_value_two} above:
\eq{
A_\text{double} &=& 4 \times \num{\area}
}
\begin{framed}
\eq{
A_\text{double} &=& \SI{\areadoubled}{\metre\squared}
}
\end{framed}
\begin{gradingcomments}
\item The final result must also have units of area (\si{\metre\squared}) (weight: 1~point)
\end{gradingcomments}
\end{document}
\documentclass[12pt,a4paper]{article}
\usepackage{fluidmechpeer1} % from https://framagit.org/olivier/sensible-styles
\newcommand{\acode}{A22017094}
\newcommand{\gcode}{G27383283}
\newcommand{\studentfullname}{Marie Curie}
\newcommand{\studentfirstname}{Marie}
\newcommand{\length}{14}
\newcommand{\width}{10}
\newcommand{\area}{140}
\newcommand{\areadoubled}{560}
\renewcommand{\authorofthisdocument}{Author}
\renewcommand{\titleofthisdocument}{Assignment \#1 for \studentfullname}
\usepackage{fluidmechpeer2}
\begin{document}
\vspace{\stretch{1}}
\begin{centering}
{\Large \titleofthisdocument
(custom ID: \acode)}
\end{centering}
\vspace{1em}
Dear \studentfirstname,\\
this is your first coursework assignment. Please submit your answer in a single \textsc{pdf} document, as instructed in the coursework email you received.
You are free to decide how short or long your answers should be. Ultimately, your work will be graded by two peer students, who will act as if they were your colleagues. Each question will be evaluated according to three criteria:
\begin{itemize}
\item (~\SI{40}{\percent}) Is the correct general formula for the answer provided?
\item (~\SI{30}{\percent}) Is the correct corresponding calculation provided?
\item (~\SI{30}{\percent}) Is a sensible final result provided, expressed with the correct units?
\end{itemize}
I hope you will have fun working through this problem!
With best regards,
(Author).\\
\href{mailto:author@example.com}{author@example.com}
\vspace{\stretch{1}}
\clearpage
\section*{Area of a rectangle}
A rectangle has a length of \SI{\length}{\metre} and a width of \SI{\width}{\metre}.
\section*{Problem}
\begin{enumerate}
\item What is the area of the rectangle?
\item What is the area of the rectangle if the length of every side is doubled?
\end{enumerate}
\end{document}
\documentclass[12pt,a4paper]{article}
\usepackage{fluidmechpeer1} % from https://framagit.org/olivier/sensible-styles
\newcommand{\acode}{A71313037}
\newcommand{\gcode}{G85539397}
\newcommand{\studentfullname}{Ada Lovelace}
\newcommand{\studentfirstname}{Ada}
\newcommand{\length}{15}
\newcommand{\width}{15}
\newcommand{\area}{225}
\newcommand{\areadoubled}{900}
\renewcommand{\authorofthisdocument}{Author}
\renewcommand{\titleofthisdocument}{Assignment \#1 for \studentfullname}
\usepackage{fluidmechpeer2}
\begin{document}
\vspace{\stretch{1}}
\begin{centering}
{\Large \titleofthisdocument
(custom ID: \acode)}
\end{centering}
\vspace{1em}
Dear \studentfirstname,\\
this is your first coursework assignment. Please submit your answer in a single \textsc{pdf} document, as instructed in the coursework email you received.
You are free to decide how short or long your answers should be. Ultimately, your work will be graded by two peer students, who will act as if they were your colleagues. Each question will be evaluated according to three criteria:
\begin{itemize}
\item (~\SI{40}{\percent}) Is the correct general formula for the answer provided?
\item (~\SI{30}{\percent}) Is the correct corresponding calculation provided?
\item (~\SI{30}{\percent}) Is a sensible final result provided, expressed with the correct units?
\end{itemize}
I hope you will have fun working through this problem!
With best regards,
(Author).\\
\href{mailto:author@example.com}{author@example.com}
\vspace{\stretch{1}}
\clearpage
\section*{Area of a rectangle}
A rectangle has a length of \SI{\length}{\metre} and a width of \SI{\width}{\metre}.
\section*{Problem}
\begin{enumerate}
\item What is the area of the rectangle?
\item What is the area of the rectangle if the length of every side is doubled?
\end{enumerate}
\end{document}
\documentclass[12pt,a4paper]{article}
\usepackage{fluidmechpeer1} % from https://framagit.org/olivier/sensible-styles
\newcommand{\acode}{A90692381}
\newcommand{\gcode}{G03091738}
\newcommand{\studentfullname}{Osborne Reynolds}
\newcommand{\studentfirstname}{Osborne}
\newcommand{\length}{11}
\newcommand{\width}{14}
\newcommand{\area}{154}
\newcommand{\areadoubled}{616}
\renewcommand{\authorofthisdocument}{Author}
\renewcommand{\titleofthisdocument}{Assignment \#1 for \studentfullname}
\usepackage{fluidmechpeer2}
\begin{document}
\vspace{\stretch{