You can view a dynamic graph showing the percentage of grades in each category (Grade I, II, III, IV, V) for this project. To see which evidence analysis conclusion statements received a
particular grade, simply click on that part of the dynamic graph.
Grades are assigned to indicate the overall strength or weakness of evidence informing the conclusion statement. Grade I means there is Good evidence supporting the statement;
Grade II is Fair; Grade III is Limited; Grade IV is Expert Opinion; and Grade V is Not Assignable. For a more detailed explanation of the meaning of the grades,
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