Reviewing Calibration Movies

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jennybenny
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Reviewing Calibration Movies

Post by jennybenny »

Is there a way to review a calibration movie you answered incorrectly? I think if there isn't it would be a good idea to point out to people the movies they indentified incorrectly and what it was they missed, or mistook for a particle track. This way they have a better idea of where they might be going wrong. Thanks :)
~jenn

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Post by DustBuster »

Hi Jenn.

Currently, there is no official way of reviewing calibration movies- my only suggestion is to spend more time examining.

In the future, please try to use the search feature to see if you question has been asked (as this one has many times).

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Post by blair »

If all you want to do is look at it again, hit the back button. It's still there so you can look at it. It won't submit your answer if you change it, though.

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Post by jennybenny »

blair wrote:If all you want to do is look at it again, hit the back button. It's still there so you can look at it. It won't submit your answer if you change it, though.
Thanks Blair, that seems so obvious I don't know why I assumed it would be more complicated. :)
~jenn

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Post by bmendez »

Topic discussed in FAQs forum: http://stardustathome.ssl.berkeley.edu/ ... .php?t=467

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