After the analysis is complete, the main QVscribe window will switch to the results scorecard windows with three tabs: Quality, Consistency, and Similarity.
We will first focus on the Quality analysis results tab. This tab show shows a scorecard where each row corresponds to a marked requirement in the document along with its quality score (see image below). At the top of the scorecard an Overall Quality Score The 5-level scoring gives you a succinct picture of which requirements need to the most attention and which ones adhere to best practices.
The QVscribe scoring is to be interpreted as follows:
- A score of one bar ( ) indicates serious errors with the requirement that do not follow established requirements engineering best practices, such as no imperatives in the requirement.
- A score of 2, 3, or 4 bars () indicates different degrees of problematic terminology, such as vague or optional words, or improper use of continuances and directives.
- A score of 5 bars () indicates the requirement follows the established best practices based on the configuration of the quality indicators.
- A warning symbol () indicates that universal quantifiers have been found in the requirement. These do not affect the scoring of the requirement, but bring attention to the domain expert to ensure they actually meant to use a universal quantifier.