Commit 7034c44b authored by William Paul Liggett's avatar William Paul Liggett

Updated the Change Log.

parent d43c08a0
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<p class="version_info"><strong>TO DO:</strong></p>
<ol>
<li>Test Conditions #1, 3, and 4: Visually show the correct durations for the tasks and break depending on the test condition. [Estimate: 3 hours]</li>
<li>Log Data to CSV: Record the activity of each subject during the test and save it as a CSV data file on the server. [Estimate: 5 hours remaining]</li>
<li>Admin Page: Add a section to show the stored CSV files so that they can be downloaded at will. This section will not be fancy, as it will just be a bunch of links
and maybe an ability to download all of the files as a ZIP archive. [Estimate: 2 hours]</li>
<li>Test Conditions #1, 3, and 4: Visually show the correct durations for the tasks and break depending on the test
condition. [Estimate: 3 hours]</li>
<li>Log Data to CSV: Convert the submitted user activity data as three CSV files per test on the server. This will
consist of two raw CSV files (random letter time and the user's activity) along with a single, collated CSV file
that hopefully is accurate enough for analysis. However, the collated portion can be tweaked later and will be
recreated from the original two raw CSV files. This was there is no data loss and the analysis can be adjusted
as required. [Estimate: 5 hours remaining]</li>
<li>Admin Page: Add a section to show the stored CSV files so that they can be downloaded at will. This section will
not be fancy, as it will just be a bunch of links
and maybe an ability to download all of the files as a ZIP archive. [Estimate: 0-2 hours]</li>
</ol>
<p class="version_info">Version 1.7.2 (2018-03-05 to 2018-03-08):</p>
<p><em>Estimated labor time: <span id="hours_logged_for_update_13">6</span> hours.</em></p>
<ul>
<li><em>Summary: Essentially, all of the client-side code should be completed with regards to recording the user's
activity data! Now, the remaining aspect is getting the server-side portions to process the data into CSV files.
</em></li>
<li>Log Data to CSV: Embedded more JS vars to an authorized OV user to help make the web app more resilient to PHP
session timeout issues.</li>
<li>Log Data to CSV: The raw data has been broken down into two JS arrays to allow more flexibility in terms of
processing a correlated single CSV later for analysis.</li>
<li>Refactored some of the code to make the design better.</li>
<li>Log Data to CSV: Modified some aspects to handle the user's activity data.</li>
<li>Changed some default JS var assignments.</li>
<li>More of the JS was built to handle the user response data. Also, a few CSS changes were applied.</li>
</ul>
<p class="version_info">Version 1.7.1 (2018-03-04):</p>
<p><em>Estimated labor time: <span id="hours_logged_for_update_12">6</span> hours.</em></p>
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parseFloat($("#hours_logged_for_update_9").html()) +
parseFloat($("#hours_logged_for_update_10").html()) +
parseFloat($("#hours_logged_for_update_11").html()) +
parseFloat($("#hours_logged_for_update_12").html());
parseFloat($("#hours_logged_for_update_12").html()) +
parseFloat($("#hours_logged_for_update_13").html());
// Displays the total labor hours at the top of the page.
$("#total_labor_hours").html(calculated_labor_time);
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