Note: You are currently viewing documentation for Moodle 1.9. Up-to-date documentation for the latest stable version is available here: Grader report.
Example intro edit
The grader report tab can be found in the course administration block using the Gradebook link. This report page has links to pages that create the specific information in the report. For versions prior to 1.9, look here.
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The gradebook collects items that have been scored. When you add an scored item in a Moodle course, the gradebook automatically creates space for the grades and will automatically add the grades themselves as they are given. The report allows the teacher to view and change the scores/grades as well as sort them into categories and calculate totals in various ways.
The default display for grades is the raw marks from the scores. The use of scales and weighting can change a grade's display or underlying value.
Please note that the default options for the gradebook are set at system level by the administrator. Usually the administrator will allow a teacher to override the defaults.
Something like the above --chris collman 08:30, 5 June 2008 (CDT)
Categories and display order
I hit the panic button when upgrading a 1.5.3 site to 1.9.9. My favorite grades report did not work the same. Back in 1.5.x, the display order in the course was the only grader report order. So I came back to this page to figure out what to do in 1.9.9.
I am not sure what version the Category instructions are for. (And did I write them without actually using them on a production site?) In any case, the instructions did not seem to follow my 1.9.9 Moodle version. The heading that included the word "Assignment" threw me off, so I changed it to be more generic. Instead of deleting or changing the rest of the instructions, I put what I thought was a simple set of instructions for 1.9.9. This will no doubt be changed for M2 :) --chris collman 14:48, 4 December 2010 (UTC)