In my Web-App the user can save data, which is automatically evaluated and some feedback will be provided in the next step.
A user enters some Data, hits a button to save that data and is redirected to another page which displays this data and a symbol right next to it (the result of the evaluation).
The primary use of this form is to save the data to permanently store it and to later compare it with other, similar entries. The secondary use is the instant-evaluation (for example if the entered value is out of the typical bounds) solely on that data-entry.
Now what to name the button marked with a question-mark?
Save, because the data actually gets saved permanently, and only as Bonus you also get the evaluation?
Evaluate, because you get an evaluation instantly, but the data is also saved?
Evaluate seems right to me, in my eyes it doesn't communicate the fact that the data is also saved and can be retrieved later. I fear a user might wonder if their data is really stored and may fear to leave the page because the work they invested by entering the data might be gone when they simply leave. In the Application you always get feedback when you try to leave a page with unsaved content, but this isn't the case here, as all content has been saved.
So again, which is better for the understanding of the user,
Evaluate? Or maybe another possibility I haven't thought of?