As scores are entered by evaluators you may observe orange highlighting around certain criteria when you are viewing the Scoring Summary. This indicates that there is a Lack of Consensus on scoring for that particular Criteria. In Bonfire, the Lack of Consensus highlighting occurs when there is a 30% or greater spread between the lowest and highest score for a given criterion.
Let's take a look at an example:
In the example above there is a Lack of Consensus for the vendor "Valley Business" amongst its reviewers for the criteria titled "Responsiveness." In other words, there is spread (30% or greater) between the lowest score and the highest score submitted for these two criteria. For the vendor "Valiant Suppliers", there is a lack of consensus indicated by "Mixed," meaning that there is an even number of Pass and Fail responses for this criterion.
Let's click on "Valley Business" to open up a more detailed breakdown:
In the example above we are looking at the scores from the Valley Business' Evaluation Group 1. Notice the orange highlighting the criteria with a Lack of Consensus.
For this particular criteria Pam has provided a low score of 6, meanwhile, Michael has provided a high score of 9. The difference between the low and high score is 3 points. The criteria for "Responsiveness" is scored out of 10. This 3 point spread meets the threshold of 30% which triggers the Consensus highlighting to bring it to your attention.