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Scorecard rules

Updated on May 17, 2024
You can use scorecards to derive decision results from a number of factors, for example, for credit risk assessments.

A scorecard creates segmentation based on one or more conditions and a combining method. The output of a scorecard is a score and a segment defined by the results.

You can map the score-based segmentation to results by defining cutoff values to map a given score range to a result.

For example: You can create a scorecard rule to calculate customer segmentation based on age and income and then map particular score rages to defined results.

Where referenced

Scorecard rules are referenced:

  • In strategies, through the scorecard component.
  • In flows, through the decision shape Decision by selecting the scorecard model type.
  • In expressions, to calculate the segments through the scorecard rule by using the Lib(Pega-DecisionEngine:Scorecard).ObtainValue(this, myStepPage, "scorecardrulename") syntax.


Scorecard rules are part of the Decision category. A scorecard rule is an instance of the Rule-Decision-Scorecard rule type.

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