This session creates, updates, and deletes
This is the form for creating and updating
This session provides methods for retrieving
The grading manager provides access to grading sessions and provides interoperability tests for various aspects of this service.
The grading calculation manager provides access to grading calculation sessions and provides interoperability tests for various aspects of this service.
This enumeration contains the various gradebook column calculations.
The Open Service Interface Definitions for the org.osid.grading.calculation service.
The Grading Calculation OSID defines a service to apply calculations to
GradebookColumnCalculation is an
that is created on a
GradebookColumn to override a
GradeEntry with a rule. The rule has one or more
GradebookColumns on which to calculate a result for
the entries in the target GradebookCol;umn.
GradebookColumnCalculations define several baked-in
rules such as averages and standard deviation. More exotic calculations can
be done through the attached
or through an associated reusable
For example, a
Gradebook may have one
GradebookColumn for each quiz of four scores. A fifth
GradebookColumn can be created to attach a
GradebookColumnCalculation to average to four input quiz scores.
GradebookColumn may contain the input final exam
scores and the seventh
GradebookColumn defined for a custom
GradebookColumnCalculation that weights the seventh column
by 60% and the fifth column by 40% before averaging them. An eighth
GradebookColumn may be created for an alternate
(A-F) with an empty
takes the final score in the seventh column and transforms it to a letter
grade for grading submission at the end of the term.
GradebookColumnCalculations are indirectly referenceable
Gradebook to which the associated
do not have a complete independent service pattern since they are directly
attached to a single
GradebookColumn. Reusable calculations
are achieved through reusable
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