Meta data associated with assessement items is incorrectly retrieved in the downloaded data package
Jay created a new assessment called Permission Test 1 with 8 questions,
each of which had one or more meta data associated with. We then looked at
four places to confirm that meta data was being retrieved correctly.
a) XML file saved locally
b) The parser interface when the assessment is re-opened
c) On the FIRST website by viewing the details about an assessment, and
d) Downloaded data package.
Case 1: Multiple Bloom and NBII metadata added
- Five distinct metadata items on the whole added to the assessment.
- Q1 has both bloom and nbii items
- XML file: No errors
- Parser: No errors (all meta data displayed correctly)
- Website: No errors (all meta data displayed correctly when the
details link is clicked)
- Download: * One item is completely missing * For another item, the thesarus category is completely
missing and all the questions have a TRUE value in that
Incorrectly retrieving metadata on the transpose
e.g., missing items, missing metadata class, and
incorrect association of meta data to
Non-transpose data set missing meta data items on
multiple questions. Although, there were questions
for which one meta data per source (Bloom and NBII)
Case 2: Multiple Bloom, NBII, and manually added meta data to Permission Test 1
- XML file: No errors
- Parser: No errors
- Website: No errors
- Download: Similar errors as above
Updated by ben leinfelder about 14 years ago
i've fixed this for the non-transposed data download - you should see all metadata fields correctly on fred now.
for transposed data there's a problem that i believe stems from another bug where the column headers appear as "?column?" - this prevents us from knowing that the column contains "metadata" fields that should be added to that special matrix - the matrix then gets very skewed by missing vocabs/values.
i believe this bug will go away when the other bug is addressed. of course i was hoping we could live with the "?column?" bug - apparently not!
Updated by Mark Urban-Lurain about 14 years ago
Using the same CSV file attached:
Note that column V has not got a heading, it should be qmetadatavocabulary_4. qmetadatavocabulary_3 should have a value NBII for the first question. Each vocabulary column should have the vocabulary value (unless it was user entered and not from the selected list) so that there is no ambiguity about which vocabulary was the source. This should also be reflected in the transposed download file when it is created so that there are no blank values in column A (the vocabulary column).
Updated by Jay Lee about 14 years ago
So I tested the meta data issues with the newly created data package, Permission test 3 that has numeic student score and response data as well as PDF student response with one file for each student.
I used the latest Morpho to pharse the exam and upload it to Fred. The latest version of Morpho means that it has cooperated the modified function related to meta data issue and permission made by Ben.
The downloaded student data(not transposed version) does not contain correct meta data for each item.
for example, the question, id=jlee.3343.1, does have four meta data attached into item like below.
Knowledge from Bloom
Chemicanl Analysis and Polymers from NBII
Nucleic from manually typed in(default according to Ben's definition)
the downloaded student data only has two meta data one from Bloom, Knowledge, and Polymers from NBII. the other two meta data are missing.
Updated by Sandeep Namilikonda about 14 years ago
Most recent tests revealed that the missing meta data could be attributed to
some browser related issues, for which, a different bug has been filed.
In my tests (on WinXP + Chrome browser), I obtained 100% correct retrieval of
all the meta data items associated with an assessment. So, I am going to update
the status to "Works for me".