You can experience the candidate’s interface by following these steps:
1. Add a Data Science question to a test.
Note: You can either select an existing data science question from the library or create a new question.
2. Select the question and click Try question.
3. You are directed to a candidate’s test interface. The dataset can be downloaded from Click here to download data set.
4. You can use the editor provided to solve the question. To open the editor, click Edit project code.
5. You can set up your editor by selecting either the Jupyter or Script interface. Once selected, click Proceed.
- You cannot change the editor interface, once it is selected.
- Jupyter supports Python 3.5.2 and Script supports the following languages:
- Python 2.7.6
- Python 3.5.2
- R (RScript 3.4.0)
6. You can use the selected editor interface to solve the question and make your submission.
7. Once you have made your submission, click COMPILE & TEST to auto-evaluate the submission file. Here, your submission will run against the Sample Expected output and a score is generated.
8. To make a submission, click SUBMIT. Here, your submission is auto-evaluated against the Full Expected output. A final score is generated and displayed.
Encountering error messages
When you make a submission using the editor, it is important to make the submission in the required format. To ensure this, various error messages are displayed on the interface.
- For a recruiter in the candidate interface, you can observe the following types of error messages if there is any incorrect format in the submission:
|Error type||Error message|
|Incorrect submission file type||Runtime Error - Please upload a csv file containing predictions in the format given in the sample submission file|
|Incorrect column name||Runtime Error - <Name_of_incorrect_column>|
|Incorrect size of the submission||Runtime Error - File does not contain the correct number of rows|
|Missing keys or index values||Runtime Error - File does not contain prediction for <missing_index_value>|
- A candidate encounters only the following error message if there is any incorrect format of his or her submission: FILE_NOT_OK