When using Scoring mode you will need to create scoring criteria. These are the criteria which your reviewers will use to assess entries and enter a score. You can have as many or as few as you want and criteria can be specific to categories and fields. They can also have different weightings. For instance, one criteria might be worth twice as much as another.
To create scoring criteria go to Reviewing > Settings > Scoring criteria in the Manage workspace and click the New criterion button. There are several configuration options including the type of control you'd like your reviewers to use, the weightings for each criterion, and even the number of decimal places you'd like to have for each score. We'll go through some of these options below.
Controls are how your reviewers will score. There are three options to choose from - Select, Slider, and Keyboard input.
The select score control uses a drop-down menu from which reviewers can select their score. We recommend this control as most reviewers find it the easiest to use.
The slider is a sliding scale and reviewers will need to move the circle into the correct position.
The keyboard input control lets judges enter their score using a keyboard. This is great for when you require a score with decimals.
Categories and fields
Scores can be assigned to specific categories and fields.
If you choose to align the score with a field it will appear to the right of the field:
If the scoring criteria are not aligned to any fields they'll appear at the bottom of the application:
You can give scoring criteria different weightings. For example, let's say you want to create three scoring criteria - Creativity, Function, and Usability - but you'd like to give Usability twice as much weight as the other two criteria. In this example the breakdown of weightings is as follows:
To create this example you'd give Creativity and Function a weight of 0.25 and Usability a weight of .50.
Minimum and maximum scores
Each criteria requires a minimum and maximum score. If the maximum score is ten then reviewers will give a score out of ten. If the maximum is five then reviewers will give a score out of five.