Write out the general sequence your program will use in pseudocode, including all specific examples you provided in part 2.

Touchstone 4: Python Journal Project
ASSIGNMENT: For this project, you will learn how to effectively plan, design, develop, and test an original program of your choosing. This program is your choice and it can be as complex as you wish. The goal is to start with an idea for your program and then step through the process of most phases of the development lifecycle to turn your idea into an actual program. This includes planning out the algorithm using pseudocode, coding your program using everything you learned from Units 1-3, and finally testing and debugging your program to make sure it fulfills your intended purpose. Being able to create your own program can be beneficial in any career field. Anything that can be programmed or automated in any industry could make your work a lot easier. Even as a hobby, it can give you a reference point to have a better understanding of how to deal with common issues. Using basic Python to automate menial tasks can save you time and money! Whether you were in this class to learn programming at a professional level or if it’s just for fun, you will benefit from learning coding as a foundation of your technical skills.
For this Touchstone, you will fill out a journal (template link below) which has five sections that correspond to the five steps you will complete for your final project. Use this template to write your journal responses for each section of the project. When you have finished, you will submit this journal as a Word .doc/docx.
Python Journal Template
The following Example Python Journal Submission will be helpful to you as you work on this assignment and shows acceptable submissions for each entry.
Example Python Journal Submission
In order to foster learning and growth, all work you submit must be newly written specifically for this course. Any recycled work will be sent back with a 0, and you will be given one attempt to redo the Touchstone.A. Directions
Step 1: Download and review the Python Journal Template.
Step 2: Review section C (Requirements) to get acquainted with the requirements for this Touchstone before you begin writing your journal entries.
Step 3: Follow the directions for each part of the journal template. Make sure to include in your response all the elements listed under the Requirements section. Prompts in the Inspiration section are not required; however, they may help you to fully think through your response.
Follow the journal creation process. There is also an example of a successful journal entry for each submission in section D (Additional Resources).
Review section B (Rubric) to make sure you have an understanding of how each journal entry will be graded.
Step 4: Once your journal is complete, including the code link, submit your journal for grading.
B. Rubric
Advanced (100%)Proficient (85%)Acceptable (75%)Needs Improvement (50%)Non-Performance (0%)
PART 1: Defining Your Problem (16%)
State the problem you are planning to solve.The student clearly stated the problem they are trying to solve, including what the program is expected to do to solve the problem and any necessary inputs and outputs required for the program.The student clearly stated the problem they are trying to solve, including answers to most of the required questions.The student clearly stated the problem they are trying to solve, including answers to some of the required questions.Either the student did not clearly state the problem they are trying to solve and/or did not include answers to most of the required questions.No problem was identified and/or no details were given for the expected solution.
PART 2: Working Through Specific Examples (16%)
Write down clear and specific steps to solve a simple version of the problem you identified in Part 1.
The steps to solve the problem are in English and easily understood and appear in logical order. The journal entry fully satisfies the requirements.The steps to solve the problem are in English and easily understood, appear in logical order, however some minor steps may be missing. The journal entry mostly satisfies the requirements.The steps to solve the problem are in English but may not be in logical order or may be missing some steps. The journal entry barely satisfies the requirements.The steps to solve the problem are in English but highly illogical, confusing, or missing critical step(s) and /or the journal entry does not satisfy the requirements.No steps were provided in English and/or no answers to the required questions were submitted.
PART 3: Generalizing Into Pseudocode (16%)
Write out the general sequence your program will use in pseudocode, including all specific examples you provided in Part 2.
The pseudocode submitted encapsulates the full functionality of the program and includes common program elements. The pseudocode is clearly laid out and readable to a person that does not know Python.The pseudocode submitted encapsulates most of the functionality of the program including common program elements. The pseudocode is clearly laid out and readable to a person that does not know Python.The pseudocode submitted encapsulates most of the functionality of the program including common program elements. However, the pseudocode is not clearly laid out and readable to a person that does not know Python.The pseudocode submitted does not encapsulate the functionality of the program to include common program elements. The pseudocode is also not clearly laid out and readable to a person that does not know Python.No pseudocode was submitted and/or the pseudocode submitted was not understandable.
PART 4: Testing Your Program (16%)
While writing and testing your program code, describe your tests, record any errors, and state your approach to fixing the errors.
Entry consists of a thorough explanation of the testing utilized and why, recording the error(s) found, and the approach to fixing the error(s) for each of the test cases.Entry consists of a thorough explanation of the testing utilized; including answering most of the required questions.Entry consists of a thorough explanation of the testing utilized; including answering some of the required questions.Entry does not give a thorough explanation of the testing utilized and/or does not include answers to the required questions.No testing explanation was provided and/or no answers to the required questions were submitted.
PART 5: Commenting Your Program (16%)
Submit your full program code, including thorough comments describing what each portion of the program should do when working correctly.
The provided code in the journal entry includes comments that thoroughly describe the program flow to a degree that a non-programming individual can easily follow the steps and conclude the outcome of the program.The provided code in the journal entry includes comments that describe the program flow to a degree that a non-programming individual should be able to follow the steps and conclude the outcome of the program. There could be some additional comments needed or added clarity.The provided code in the journal entry includes some comments on the program flow that may not be clear to a non-programming individual and/or may be missing some comments that would make the flow easier to understand.The provided code in the journal entry includes minimal comments to explain the program flow and/or is missing comments that would make the program easy for a non-programming individual able to follow the steps and conclude the outcome of the program.The provided code in the journal entry did not include comments and/or comments provided do not provide any description or clarity on program flow.
PART 6: Your Completed Program (20%)
Provide the Replit link to your full program code.
The program works as expected. No errors present. Any required user input executed correctly. Output was as expected.Performance level not used.Performance level not used.Program did not work as expected however, detailed comments were given to why the student felt it did not run including testing efforts.No link to a program was submitted for testing.
C. Requirements
The following requirements must be met for your submission:
Use a readable 11- or 12-point font.
All writing must be appropriate for an academic context. Follow academic writing conventions (correct grammar, spelling, punctuation, and formatting).
Journal entries must be original and written for this assignment; plagiarism of any kind is strictly prohibited.
Submission must include your name and the date (included in the template).
Include all of the journal parts in a single file. Acceptable file formats include .doc and .docx.
Include your Replit Share link at the appropriate location in the journal template.

Print_male_and_female_students_with_max_grade() prints the student names whose grades are maximum grades for each gender and each course.

print_average_grades() prints the average grades for each course.
print_max_and_min_grades() prints the maximum and minimum grades for each
print_students_greater_than_average() prints the student names whose grades are greater than the average for the given course.
print_male_and_female_students_with_max_grade() prints the student names whose grades are maximum grades for each gender and each course.

So make sure you are good with these kind of assignments

The assignment must be submitted in xlsx format, all the answers should be calculated using PuLP via Spyder python. The data in the python code has to be read from the tables in the worksheets, when every is done just make sure you pasted the models and python code into text boxes thanks. I will also need an outline, screenshots and brief of what has been done. So make sure you are good with these kind of assignments

Part3.7

Part 1 (10pts)
Create a CollegeCourse class (in a file call college_course.py) to track courses completed by students.This class will contain the following:
Fields (instance variables) for the course ID (for example, “CSC 212”), credit hours (for example, 3), and a letter grade (for example, ‘A’). 2ptscourse_id
credit_hours
letter_grade
get methods for each instance variable. 2.5pts
A constructor (__init__) that takes three parameters representing the course id, credit hours, and letter grade.Use the values passed into the constructor to initialize the instance variables 2.5pts
String (__str__) method that returns the string representation of the class objects: instance variables separated by spaces 1.5ptsThis method will allow objects of the class to be used in a print statement
Include an equal method that compares two courses.Two courses are equal if they have the same course id 1.5ptThis method will allow objects of this class to be compared using the == operator
Part 2 (15pts)
Create a Student class (in a file called student.py).This class will be used to track students and courses they have completed.Include the following in this class:
A constructor (__init__) with parameters representing student id, first name, and last name.The constructor sets the values of the instance variables (first_name, last_name, student_id) using the parameters passed in.An instance variable, course, will be used to store courses completed by a student; initialize this variable to an empty list.2pts
Instance variables 1pts first_name
last_name
student_id – 5-dgit integer
courses – this is a list of CollegeCourse objects.Course completed by a student
Create get methods for the first name, last name, and student id 3ptsThese methods return the value of the corresponding instance variable
Create an add_course method that takes a course id, credit hours, and letter grade as parameters.This method does not return data 3ptsThis method will create and add a CollegeCourse object to the courses list.Add the newly created CollegeCourse object to the list has follows:If an object containing the same course id does not already exist in the list
If an object with the same course id already exists, replace it with the newly created
Create a get_courses method.This method takes no parameters.It returns the list of courses 1pt
Create a repr (__repr__) method that displays the student object.Student id, first name, and last name separated by spaces 2pts
Create a delete_course method that takes a course id and removes the corresponding course from the list of courses.Display the deleted course 3pts
OR
Note: To determine if a CollegeCourse already exists in the list of courses, compare the newly created CollegeCourse object to the CollegeCourse objects in the list.

Part 3 (10pts)
Create a client script (student_client.py).This script accomplishes the following:
Prompts the user to enter a student id, first name, and last name 1pt
Create a student object 1pt
Display the student object using the print function 1pt
Add courses (using for loop) to the list of completed courses for the student.Call the add_course method on the student object.Course to be added as listed below: 2pts
Display courses completed by the student.Call the get_courses method on the student object. 1.5ptsYou may need to loop through the data return by the method
Remove CSC401 from the list of courses.Call the delete_course method on the student object and pass in the CSC401.1pt
Display the updated list of course. Perform similar logic as #5 1.5pts
Display the course ID for all courses completed by the student 1.5pts
Course ID Credit Hours Letter Grade
——————————————–
CSC2414B
CSC4014C
CSC4024A
CSC2124B-
CSC2114A+
CSC4014A
Example:
Enter the student first name: Jane
Enter the student last name: Doe
Enter the student id: 12345
Part3.2: Value of the student Object: 12345 Jane Doe
Part3.5:Course completed by student 12345
Course ID Credit HoursLetter Grade
——————————————–
CSC2414B
CSC4024A
CSC2124B-
CSC2114A+
CSC4014A

Part3.6 CSC401 removed from completed courses: CSC401 4 A
Part3.7
Course ID Credit HoursLetter Grade
——————————————–
CSC2414B
CSC4024A
CSC2124B-
CSC2114A+
Part3.8: Display Course ID
Course ID
———–
CSC241
CSC402
CSC212
CSC211
Important:If your program does not run, that’s an automatic 50% deduction
Submission Instructions
Create a Python script for Part 1: college_course.py
Create a Python script for Part 2.student.py
Create the Python script for Part 3. student_client.py
Once you have completed all parts of the homework, create a zip of your Python scripts. Name your zip file as follows: firstInitial_listName_homework4.zip
Upload the zip file to D2L as your homework submission

Example: p_saweh_homework4.zip

The assignment must be submitted in xlsx format, all the answers should be calculated using pulp via spyder python.

The assignment must be submitted in xlsx format, all the answers should be calculated using PuLP via Spyder python. The data in the python code has to be read from the tables in the worksheets, when every is done just make sure you pasted the models and python code into text boxes thanks. I will also need an outline, screenshots and brief of what has been done. So make sure you are good with these kind of assignments