Turkalytics: analytics for human computation

@inproceedings{Heymann2011TurkalyticsAF,
  title={Turkalytics: analytics for human computation},
  author={Paul Heymann and Hector Garcia-Molina},
  booktitle={WWW},
  year={2011}
}
We present "Turkalytics," a novel analytics tool for human computation systems. Turkalytics processes and reports logging events from workers in real-time and has been shown to scale to over one hundred thousand logging events per day. We present a state model for worker interaction that covers the Mechanical Turk (the SCRAP model) and a data model that demonstrates the diversity of data collected by Turkalytics. We show that Turkalytics is effective at data collection, in spite of it being… CONTINUE READING
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