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Exporting Data

To analyze learner submissions for a given problem in a workbook or practice session, Codespec provides a CSV export, which you can then import into DataShop. Each row represents a line in the learner’s submitted code; for block-based submissions, each row is a block; for fix- and write-code submissions, each row is a line. Although fix- and write-code submissions are more open-ended, for the purposes of comparing the rows with their block-based counterparts, the learner’s code is still evaluated against the closest-matching Parsons solution (for columns like expected_order, expected_indentation, line_outcome, etc).

Table with column names and definitions coming soon.