Misspecification of model and tests: if justified (zero percentage points); if not (-20% points)Misinterpretation of model and test results: (-20% points)Making incorrect conclusions: (-20% points)Other mistakes: (depends on the case, max is -20% points)Rational of losing points is following: A student who chooses an incorrect modeland specifies it incorrectly and interprets results incorrectly which results inincorrect conclusions and does not justify these decisions, shall lose 100% ofassignment points. Lost points are additive. If you incur two separate mistakes inone assignment, their lost points will be added and deducted from 100%. Theresulting percentage will be multiplied by the assignment weight to arrive at theassignment grade. Besides this, after the presentations I will ask questions to eachteam member individually to account for individual presentations. Correct answerswill save you from losing points. Additional questions may be asked if necessary. The following mistakes are not point-deductible:Mistakes that are identified by students and clearly explained why they are incurred this mistake and why it was beyond their control. Administrative and time-management issues do not fall into this category.Incorrect model results the due to quality of dataModel limitations from lack of data or using proxy data due to the unavailability of the originalto unavailability of the original
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