Scoring leverages a familiar interface that allows you to define the Question Weight and Score for each input.
The weight of a question indicates how many points a correct response receives. Each questions can carry a unique weight used to determine total points possible.
A question may be scored using complete (1), incomplete (0), or a decimal value between 1 and 0.
In the case of a multiple-choice question, one answer may receive full credit (1), while a different answer may receive partial (.5) credit for the same question. You also have an option for Not Applicable (-999) which excludes the question from the total possible points.
To view the scored output, a new View and Feed have been added, and existing Views and Feeds will remain unaltered. Select either the "Scoring" View (A) to see an HTML output or the second JSON (B) icon to retrieve the JSON output.
Below you can see the HTML output from the scoring view which shows the numeric value for each question rather than the Label of the selected option.
Below you can see the JSON output from the scoring feed which shows the numeric value for each question rather than the key_value of the selected option. You will also see two additional objects that are not present in the standard JSON feed (recordScore, baseScore).
recordScore: The total points scored for the record.
baseScore: The total points possible for the record.