Duplicate the event
You can create a new event carrying over the event information and examinees from the editing page.
Carrying over all examinees
“Carrying over all examinees” allows you to take over all the examinees associated with the original event and create a new event. The copy button in the index page of events is equivalent to this. It can be used when taking over the participants of the in-house programming contest and holding the second contest with unused test. If your plan is flat, each user cannot take the same test multiple times, so the test must be changed.
Carrying over all examinees (multiple copy)
“Carrying over all examinees (multiple copy)” allows you to create multiple new events in the same format as “Carrying over all examinees”. You can set the test and event code. To change other items, please change from the event edit screen or the “CSV function” described later.
Carrying over examinees not yet taking the exam
“Carrying over examinees not yet taking the exam” allows you to take over the them and create a new event. It can be used when separately holding an event for examinees who could not participate in the original event at the specified date and time for some reason, keeping the information of the original event as it is. It is possible to use the same test as the original event because only users not taking the exam will be taken over. In this case, the association to the original event of the them will be automatically canceled.
Bulk update events using CSV
The CSV function allows you to update existing event information in a batch.
You can access the CSV output screen from “System-> CSV Export”. Select “Event” as the Data Type and click the “Export CSV” button to output the CSV file.
You can edit the output CSV file and reflect the data by importing CSV. Please access the CSV import screen from “System-> CSV Import”. You can update the event information by selecting “Event” as the Data Type and uploading the edited CSV file.
User example answers
You can register example answers on “Examination / Submission / Detail” page.
You can check them from “Problem / User example answers”.
The scores of each examinee and the average scores of an examinee-group can be output in an Excel file.
Scores for each examinee
You can output from the “Export User’s Scores” button on the “Examination / Examination results” or “User Edit” screen. A sheet will be output for each submission method.
Average scores of the examinee group
You can output from the “Bulk Export Scores” button on the “User Management” screen. By specifying the search conditions, you can check the average score of the “group”. Information on examinees belonging to the group and grades for each submission method are output.
The examination results of each searched user are output. The contents are equivalent to Export User’s Scores. If you want to output the information of multiple examinees at once, you can use this.
Report card PDF
You can output the examinee’s report card in PDF format from the “Download Report Card” button on the user edit screen.
You can use the past problems (excluding some) of “AtCoder Beginner Contest” as self-learning content.
If you have a PG contract, you can use this function.
As of February 1, 2022, you can use 898 problems if you have a flat-rate contract. If not, you can use 40 of them.
How to use
If you are an administrator, you can check the submitter’s information.
In addition, please note that we cannot accept inquiries regarding these contents.
No work such as event creation is required. You can use it immediately after logging in. Please check here.
Advanced search of tests
In test page, AND, OR, and NOT searches have been added to support multiple conditional specifications for tags, etc.
The features are as follows at present.
Tests that contain X AND Y are displayed.
Tests that contain X OR Y are displayed.
Tests that do NOT contain X are displayed.
It can be used in conjunction with AND search. For example,
X -Y displays tests that contain X AND do NOT contain Y.