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NAME

       AMC-note - computes marks after scans data capture for AMC multiple choice exams.

SYNOPSIS

       auto-multiple-choice note --data project-data-dir [--seuil threshold] [--grain granularity] [--arrondi rounding] [--notemin min] [--notemax max] [--no-plafond | --plafond]

DESCRIPTION

       The AMC-note.pl command computes marks for all students from the scoring strategy extracted from the LaTeX source file by AMC-prepare(1) and from the data capture reports made by AMC-analyse(1).

       --data project-data-dir
           gives the directory where data files are (see for example AMC-meptex(1)).

       --seuil threshold
           gives the black ratio threshold for deciding whether a box is ticked or not. When deciding whether a box is checked or not, AMC-note.pl compares the black ratio (number of black pixels over total number of
           pixels) to threshold. If the black ratio is greater then threshold, the box is declared to be checked. Standard values can be 0.15 in the standard layout, or 0.5 for separate answer sheet layout (in this last
           case, letters are drawn in the boxes, and the students are told to fill the boxes entirely).

       --seuil-up upper_threshold
           gives the black ratio threshold over which a box is considered as not being ticked. You can set this value to (for example) 0.6 to allow students to cancel a ticked box filling it completely: if the black ratio
           is between threshold and upper_threshold, the box is considered as being ticked, but if the black ratio is greater than upper_threshold (for example when the box is filled), the box is considered as not being
           ticked. The default value is 1.0, so that this feature is disabled.

       --grain granularity --arrondi rounding
           ask marks to be rounded to a multiple of granularity. If rounding is 'i', rounding is done from below (as with floor(3)). If rounding is 'n', rounding is done to the nearest multiple of granularity. If rounding
           is 's', rounding is done from above (as with ceil(3)). For example, with options "--grain 0.25 --arrondi s", mark 6.285 is rounded to 6.5.

       --notemin min
           with this option, all marks below min will be replaced by min.

       --notemax max
           gives the mark to associate to a sheet where all answers are correct. If not used, marks are not scaled.

       --plafond
           with this option, all marks above max will be replaced by max.

       --debug file.log
           gives a file to fill with debugging information.

       --postcorrect-student s --postcorrect-copy c
           requests port-correction from the completed answer sheet identified by student and copy numbers. In post-correction mode, correct answers are not extracted from the LaTeX source file, but taken from the answers
           given on this sheet.

AUTHORS

       Alexis Bienvenüe <paamc@passoire.fr>
           Main author

       Anirvan Sarkar
           Author and Editor

       Hiroto Kagotani
           Editor

       Frédéric Bréal
           Author and Editor

       Jean Bérard
           Translation from French

       Georges Khaznadar
           Translation from French

COPYRIGHT

       Copyright © 2008-2016 Alexis Bienvenüe

       This document can be used according to the terms of the GNU General Public License, version 2 or later.