Eyegrade 0.2 has been released! It features the shiny new PyQt-based user interface that I showed in previous posts.
The Eyegrade User Manual contains up-to-date instructions for using the new interface. If you have Eyegrade 0.1.x installed, you need to install PyQt and change the value of an environment variable. See the section about upgrading Eyegrade.
This new user interface will facilitate other usability improvements in the future, such as the possibility of reviewing previously graded exams, editing the student list, writing grades to disk in several orders and formats, etc.
If you experience problems with this new version, please let me know by commenting on this blog or posting an issue at GitHub.