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Thanuir
2019-01-15 10:49
At the moment there are two parallel systems for assessing the quality of sentences: The OK - not sure - not OK buttons, and the system of tags like @ok, @check, etc.

Should only one of these systems be used or both of them? Is there any integration between them? Especially the Ok-features seem redundant.
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CK
CK
2019-01-15 11:19 - 2019-01-15 11:23
I think that perhaps TRANG was thinking about using the rating system to help with quality control, replacing the OK tag, but I'm not sure.


* The OK tag

** Disadvantages
--one needs to be an advanced contributor to add the tag.
--only one person can add the tag.

** Advantages
--In advanced search, you can limit searches to only those sentences tagged OK.
-- You can browse all sentences in a given language tagged OK. For example, the almost 6,000 French sentences tagged OK. https://tatoeba.org/eng/tags/sh...with_tag/7/fra


* The OK Rating (currently called "collection(s)")

** Disadvantages
--since the ratings are called collections, non-native speakers add OK ratings, too, which may not be as trustworthy.
--There is no way to easily list all sentences in a given language that are rated OK.
--No way to limit searches to rated sentences.
--Not many members are using this yet. However, I have given OK ratings to over 700,000 English sentences. https://tatoeba.org/eng/collections/of/CK/ok


** Advantages
--With the exported data, it's easy to find the sentences with the most OK ratings. If several native speakers have rated a sentence OK, it's likely good.
--You can also see which sentences have a "not OK". This way if there are 2 OK ratings and 5 Not OK ratings, you may suspect that the sentences isn't really OK.
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Thanuir
2019-01-15 13:57
Thank you for the information. I understand that thus far there is no interaction between the features, so both play different roles.