Add Problem Content
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Status: Prioritization Needed
As a researcher, I want to get problem content so that I can better predict performance (e.g., in the KDD Cup task) especially when there is not existing strong KC model.
- Email from Ken to Ryan, May 2010
I'd like to get your method for extracting the problem descriptions from CL files in use as part of DataShop -- that is, to produce files that can be attached to associated datasets that provide the problem text information.
- Response from Ryan, May 2010
It's not that easy, unfortunately. :-| Thinking back, I think I must have had Jay step through problems rather than using a problem dump (and maybe he just looked at the first one? not clear). When I said I dumped this out via code, I think what I was thinking of was the hint messages, which I dumped out of DataShop data.
But it *is* doable, just a good bit of work. :-)
Go to C:\Program Files\Carnegie Learning\2006\Administrative\Curricula\Unit Data (or similar folder) Find the lesson of interest
Search for "problem id". Find the problems.
C:\Program Files\Carnegie Learning\2006\Administrative\Curricula\Problem Data Rename problem-data.jar to problem-data.zip, then extract it (do this on a copy) Then go into Initial State Rename initial-state.jar to initial-state.zip, then extract it Find the problem id.tre (e.g. if you are looking for problem Sys02, find sys02.tre) Search in that file for <<Scenario>> The scenario text follows (after some meta-data).
No doubt, the scenario text could be extracted from this, either via code, or undergraduate labor. Not trivial, though.
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