• Final Project is 15% of your Final Grade • It is a Programming Assignment in Java using AWT/Swing • It is a Team (1-5 students) activity. You can create your teams • It is due on November 30. • Three weeks to organize your team, learn new libraries/frameworks, develop, document, test, integrate, and submit. • No extensions (It can be done in a week)
to submit 2. Project Report • Requirements. I will talk about the necessities. You extract the requirements. Then, create user stories or use cases. This is not a programming lab. • Class diagram. It is not an adornment. It should match 100% with the source code: association, aggregation, composition, realization, generalization. • Screenshot(s) of your project running. • Testing. How the project was tested? If you use Unit Testing (Junit) include your test cases. If not, what do you did and why? • Project Management. Write a report describing: what process model was used, how did you split the responsibilities, who did what, how did you monitor the project • Include either a PERT chart and/or a Burndown chart.
to submit 3 Peer- and Self- Evaluation • After the project due date a link will be provided by the TA. The link will open a survey and you will be required to evaluate yourselves and your teammates. • The evaluation will remain anonymous. Thus, it will not be shared with your teammates the evaluation that you give to them. • Team evaluation will impact (weight) your grade in the project. Thus, the project is graded then according with the survey a grade for each member is calculated.
Talk with your team about expectations before start working. Review carefully if your team expectations match what you are able to / want to do. Including: daily meetings vs weekly meetings, plan-based vs agile approach, getting an A+ vs I am ok with a C-, time zone, morning vs night people etc., etc., etc.
Aware • Your due date is November 30. • Thanksgiving Holiday is November 26 – 27 • Consider at least 24 hours to receive a reply to an email from Tas or Instructor • Consider that office hours could be limited by the end of the month (most students procrastinate thus, nor TA nor Instructor could have time available)
Interface § A GUI with a menu bar (Use a JMenu) § Two items: File and About § About is Easy, will open a dialog box with your team information. § File menu is the important one Jmenu Tutorial https://docs.oracle.com/javase/tutorial/uiswing/components/menu.html
a Roster • Ask the user for a File path (Use a JFileChooser) • The file will be a CSV (Comma Separated Values) file. • Read the file and load the data into a data structure (your choice) JFileChooser Tutorial: https://docs.oracle.com/javase/tutorial/uiswing/components/filechooser.html How to Read CSV File in Java https://www.tutorialspoint.com/how-to-read-the-data-from-a-csv-file-in-java
a Roster • Once the data is loaded, visualize it on the screen using a Jtable • Add your JTable in a JScrollPane, you will need scrollbars, both horizontal and vertical Jtable Tutorial https://www.javatpoint.com/java-jtable Dinamically Updating a JTable https://stackoverflow.com/questions/24918884/dynamically-updating-jtable
Attendance • Ask the user for a File path (Use a JFileChooser) • The file is another CSV (Comma Separated Values) file. • Ask for a date Use a Date Picker. Get One or create one • Read the file and load the data into a data structure (one more time, your choice) • Remember the selected date
File • Same asurite can appear in more than one row. For instance, a user is connected 20 minutes, go and then connect another 20 minutes. It will appear as jdoe 20 jdoe 20 Merge them in one. And add the minutes. For instance: jdoe 40 75 time ASURITE javiergs • The file does not have headers (orange line). Added only as a reference. • 2 fields per row: • ASURITE (your username in the email) • An integer number that represent how many minutes you where connected in a meeting
+ Attendance • Using the asurite field as a reference, mix the roster data and the attendance data • Visualize the attendance data adding a column to the JTable. The header for the column is the date that the user provided • Any attendee that is not in the roster is ignored. But report it to the user. Use an option of JDialog
Data • Create a Chart using the attendance data per student. Specifically, a Scatter Plot where • Y-Axis is how many students (from 0 to total row in the table) • X-axis is % of attendance (0%, 10% .. 90%, 100%). 100% is 75 minutes or more. • And each attendance column represent a population.