First things first, if you are grading with multiple graders in the same course, you may want to divide the submissions over all these graders before the actual grading starts.
Grading in CodeGrade is mainly done inside the Code Viewer, which you can find by clicking on a student submission, and will display all code with syntax highlighting, render reports, show previous feedback and display AutoTest results if available. Grading is done using the rubric, inline comments and general feedback.
CodeGrade has plagiarism detection built in which is developed especially to analyse code. Plagiarism checks are done between the submission of the assignment, optionally against previous assignments or uploaded codebases. It is thus recommended to do a plagiarism check after the deadline of the assignment, when all students have handed in.
Use our analytics dashboard to get insights in your students and graders for a specific assignment. Not only is the analytics dashboard very useful after grading is done, it can also be used before the deadline to spot problems and help students proactively if you are using continuous feedback.