🎉 🎉. RAPIDMINER 9.8 IS OUT!!! 🎉 🎉
RapidMiner 9.8 continues to innovate in data science collaboration, connectivity and governance
Validating and Grading Process File - Teaching Context
My question/thought/idea: Has anyone explored a path to have students submit their processes (.rmp file) and have a utility review the submission? The parallel here would be nbgrader in python, where you can grade python notebooks, or even higher level, simply writing tests against input/work. This is seen in various tools like Gradescope, Mimir, or even Github Classroom.
My need: I would love to be able to have students submit their work, and this "autograder" would review the XML of the process to look for checks, proper settings, etc. Ideally it could be executed to see if there are errors and such, but I am trying to keep this idea high level for now. Basically, instead of reviewing a process 1x1 for every student, having a pathway to programmatically review submitted .rmp files.
In the past, I have either manually reviewed these files, or completely stayed away from using these submission as assignments, but I am curious as to what you all think.