Week 28: Getting Back to Work

In order to meet the deadline, the development team has been on a strict schedule to complete all tasks necessary.

Because we will be applying to a visualization conference, Rankit needs to have more visualization features. Therefore, we've been working on integrating active learning into the tool. With active learning, our tool will have immediate and engaging feedback on the ranking as the user decides whether they should rank more items to get better results or if they are satisfied with the ranking as is and can stop.

The features I worked on were to make the Explore tool more robust. One feature is to work on highlighting the rows of the data table with a gradient signifying confidence.

The second feature was to have a bar for each row signifying the score of the object.


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