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    • Turkalytics: Analytics for Human Computing Paul Heymann, Hector Garcia-Molina Department of Computer Science Stanford University Presented by Chen Liu 14/10/2011
    • Outline• Introduction• Interaction and Data Models• Implementation• Requester Usage• Results• Conclusion
    • Mechanical Turk Mechanical Turk is a crowdsourcing Internet marketplace in which people could use human intelligence to help with tasks that computers are unable to do.
    • https://www.mturk.com/
    • Workers get paid to answer
    • Requesters pay to ask stuff
    • Motivation• Pricing? Quality? Reputation?
    • Motivation• Pricing? Quality? Reputation?• We need DATA!
    • Motivation• Pricing? Quality? Reputation?• We need DATA!• This paper describes a prototype system which can be embedded across different human computation systems for gathering analytics. It also illustrates how its use and give some initial findings on observable worker behavior.
    • Outline• Introduction• Interaction and Data Models• Implementation• Results• Conclusion
    • Interaction Model• Different marketplace call for different interactions • Simple model(SPA) • Mechanical Turk extensions(SCRAP)
    • Simple ModelSearch-Preview-Accept(SPA)Start from here
    • Mechanical Turk ExtensionsSearch-Continue-RapidAccept-Accept-Preview(SCRAP)Start from here
    • Data Model
    • Data Model Activity Tables User Tables Task Tables
    • Implementation• Client-Side JavaScript• Log Server• Analysis Server
    • Implementation• Client-Side JavaScript A requester on Mechanical Turk usually creates a HIT(task) based on a URL. The URL corresponds to an HTML page with a form that the worker completes. Requesters add a small snippet of HTML to their HTML page to embed Turkalytics . This HTML in turn includes JavaScript code which tracks details about workers as they complete the HIT.
    • Implementation• Log Server The log server is an extremely simple web application built on Google’s App Engine. It receives logging events from clients running ta.js and saves them to a data store. In addition to saving the events themselves, the log server also records HTTP data like IP address, user agent, and referer.
    • Implementation• Analysis Server The analysis server periodically polls the log server for new events. These events are then inserted into a PostgreSQL database, where they are processed by a network of triggers.
    • Results
    • Results
    • Results
    • Results
    • Conclution -A tool for gathering data about workers completing human computation tasks. -As part of a broader system, in particular a system implementing the Human Processing model -Turkalytics enables both code sharing among systems (systems need not reimplement worker monitoring code) and data sharing among systems (requesters benefit from data gathered from other requesters). -The system was scalable to more than 100, 000 requests/day. We also verified previous demographic data about the Turk, and presented some findings about location and interaction that are unique to our tool.