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Activity tracking analysis obtained from applying the story card method within Mural tool

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posted on 2022-12-07, 09:37 authored by Petra OppermanPetra Opperman

Mural, a participative modelling software tool, was used by anonymous participants to apply the story card method. This method is used when software requirements related to enterprise operation need to be elicited and presented in a structured manner.

Mural offers an activity tracking tool that was used to determine whether participants engaged with a colleague, using the story card method as intended. A visual inspection of each of the participant boards (also referred to as murals) was performed manually by the researcher, using a binary classification approach to determine whether participants engaged with their colleagues by following the co-modelling instructions of the story card method. The dataset includes the analysis for each of the anonymous participants' individual boards, also providing a bar chart as summary of the analysis.

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