The Scoring Engine team is committed to keeping our users as informed with the product creation process as possible. In this light, we share these release notes with you.
Our release notes cover what we’re working on, things we’ve fixed, and known issues with potential workarounds.
Please read these notes before reporting a bug.
Release Note History:
Cross-Validated Prediction files now provide the following:
Likewise, non-integer IDs are also supported.
Create a Grader
Users can now create an automated grader to score essays based on their own self-service models. When a model achieves a level of reliability that you are comfortable with, clicking the “Create Grader” button contacts the TSE team. Users will be notified and presented with a grader to be used via API.
For more information on the Create a Grader feature and implementation instructions, click here.
Uploaded evaluations without attached datasets would not appear in the homepage list.
Evaluations incurring errors are now visible and can be deleted.
A bug preventing the users from scrolling within the TSE homepage has been fixed. Users are now able to expand all items and scroll throughout.
Your Content. Your Rubric. Your Scoring Solution.
Turnitin Scoring Engine self-service is live!
With the ability to accurately score an unlimited number of new compositions quickly and reliably, Scoring Engine empowers users to put their data sets to work for them.
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