Partial Credit for Maple Graded Questions

It would nice to be able to give partial credit to maple graded questions. One possible set up is the multiple grading options like in the "List" format and the maximum score is recorded. A usage example is the grading for initial value problems where students could get the integration correct but the arbitrary constant wrong.

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  • Feb 25 2021
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    Boris Pavlovic commented
    2 Mar 06:22pm

    I've emailed you as I cannot find any attachments!

  • Guest commented
    26 Feb 02:33am

    Hi Boris,

    The code does not seem to work. Perhaps I put it in wrong.

    Can you take a look at the attached question in the zip? I tried to use the
    code in the maple graded problem.

    Thank you.

    Arthur

  • Guest commented
    25 Feb 04:56pm

    Hi Boris,

    That is great! I will try that. So I can regrade some of my student's work
    if I just change the grading code. Of course, I will not touch the
    algorithm.

    Arthur

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    Boris Pavlovic commented
    25 Feb 03:58pm

    For a more complicated example (one answer area) try this:


    if evalb($RESPONSE=a) then
    grade:=1;
    elif evalb($RESPONSE=b) then
    grade:=0.5;
    else
    grade:=0;
    fi;

    grade;

    Let me know if that helps, or if I'm missing the point!

  • Guest commented
    25 Feb 02:51pm

    Hi Boris,

    Setting the grading weight as 0.5 is still for that one response area. I
    don't mean to have multiple response areas for the question. I meant one
    response area but multiple grading schemes just like in "List".

    Does that make sense?

    Arthur

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    Boris Pavlovic commented
    25 Feb 02:29pm

    Hello, this is already possible. A value between 0 and 1 can be output to a Maple Graded response.


    Try just the grading code "0.5;" as an example.