My name is Eric Stein. I am currently working with University of Virginia professors @richnguyen and @glenbull to train a machine learning model that can analyze the actions of beginner programmers and offer suggestions. The language these programmers would use is Snap! Thus, to do so, we would need a way to access the usage data of an instance of Snap! that we have running on our server. Such data would preferably include the following:
- blocks created/deleted
- blocks connected
- blocks clicked
Is there a way to listen for such events or get access to the undo/redo stack on our local Snap! instance, perhaps via the addMessageListenerForAll method for a Snap! IDE?