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'''status: done, released with DataShop v4.0 December 2009'''
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'''Status: Done (DataShop v4.0 December 2009)'''
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== User Stories ==
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# As a researcher (EDM, M&M, CMDM), I want to retrieve transaction data programmatically and append custom fields to transactions in DataShop so that I can more easily run my models on the data outside of DataShop and put the results back in.
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# As a researcher with a machine learning background, I want to retrieve student-step data programmatically so that I can more easily run my analyses on the data without much human intervention.
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# As a researcher who has created a custom field for an existing data set, I want to import that new field into the step rollup table so that it is both preserved and available in DataShop tools. - Ryan Baker, 12/15/2008
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== Notes/Comments ==
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* Adding custom fields to existing datasets
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* Needed for M&M and CMDM clusters [Ryan Baker, October 2008]
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* Will enable researchers to use output from existing models
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** Gaming Detector [Arnon Hershkovitz, Mihaela Cocea, Summer 2008]
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** Bayesian Knowledge Tracing. [Hao Cen, migrated from feature wish list]
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* Key to collaboration.
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* Ability to automatically add columns to DataShop data sets at transaction level [Ryan, Startup Memo, summer 2008]
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** Tx level, Need user incentive to upload values, need associated notes, need graphing of
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* Get Step Rollup
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** How to show the KCs, multiple columns? one column? use labels or 1's and 0's? -- [[User:Koedinger|Ken Koedinger]], DataShop Team Meeting, Aug 28, 2009
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***  Multimapped - column for every KC, then 1 or 0 (this is the Q matrix structure)
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*** The other way to go, is to have one column for all the KCs
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See [[Web Services]]<br>
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See [[DataShop Completed Features|completed features]]<br>
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See [[DataShop On-going Features|on-going features]]<br>
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See unordered [[Collected User Requests]]<br>
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See the [[:Category:DataShop Glossary|DataShop Glossary]]
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[[Category:Protected]]
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[[Category:DataShop]]
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[[Category:DataShop Completed Feature]]

Latest revision as of 10:32, 16 May 2011

Status: Done (DataShop v4.0 December 2009)

User Stories

  1. As a researcher (EDM, M&M, CMDM), I want to retrieve transaction data programmatically and append custom fields to transactions in DataShop so that I can more easily run my models on the data outside of DataShop and put the results back in.
  2. As a researcher with a machine learning background, I want to retrieve student-step data programmatically so that I can more easily run my analyses on the data without much human intervention.
  3. As a researcher who has created a custom field for an existing data set, I want to import that new field into the step rollup table so that it is both preserved and available in DataShop tools. - Ryan Baker, 12/15/2008

Notes/Comments

  • Adding custom fields to existing datasets
  • Needed for M&M and CMDM clusters [Ryan Baker, October 2008]
  • Will enable researchers to use output from existing models
    • Gaming Detector [Arnon Hershkovitz, Mihaela Cocea, Summer 2008]
    • Bayesian Knowledge Tracing. [Hao Cen, migrated from feature wish list]
  • Key to collaboration.
  • Ability to automatically add columns to DataShop data sets at transaction level [Ryan, Startup Memo, summer 2008]
    • Tx level, Need user incentive to upload values, need associated notes, need graphing of
  • Get Step Rollup
    • How to show the KCs, multiple columns? one column? use labels or 1's and 0's? -- Ken Koedinger, DataShop Team Meeting, Aug 28, 2009
      • Multimapped - column for every KC, then 1 or 0 (this is the Q matrix structure)
      • The other way to go, is to have one column for all the KCs



See Web Services
See completed features
See on-going features
See unordered Collected User Requests
See the DataShop Glossary