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Discussion in 'MTurk Help & Resources' started by Tribune, Apr 4, 2016.

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    Each Turkopticon reviewer is assigned a unique integer number ("key") in the TO database.
    You can view the number by clicking on the reviewer's name: the link to that person's reviews will be in the form turkopticon.ucsd.edu/by/nnnnn (where 'nnnnn' is that person's unique number).

    Here are other things you can do. (Note: most of these will take a long time to execute).

    reviews_by_one_page (Six Silberman added this in March 2016).
    turkopticon.ucsd.edu/reviews_by_one_page /nnnnn will display all the person's reviews on a single gigantic page (instead of one-small-page-at-a-time like by/nnnnn does).

    comments_by
    turkopticon.ucsd.edu/comments_by/nnnnn
    will display one gigantic page, with every comment the reviewer ever made on any TO review.

    flagged_by
    turkopticon.ucsd.edu/flagged_by/nnnnn
    will show every flag the reviewer ever made on any TO review (one small page at a time).

    all_by
    This is intended to be a combination of comments_by and flagged_by. (In 2014, Six Silberman said that occasional glitches with all_by have been reported). turkopticon.ucsd.edu/all_by/nnnnn should display every flag or comment the reviewer ever made on any TO review, on one gigantic page.

    posts_by
    (This is specifically for the TO-DIscuss forum attached to TO).
    turkopticon.ucsd.edu/forum/posts_by/nnnnn
    will display all the TO-discuss forum posts written by nnnnn.

    stats
    You can generate overall statistics for TO by using turkopticon.ucsd.edu/stats
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    stats/reviews
    You can generate statistics on the TO ratings (1-5) by using turkopticon.ucsd.edu/stats/reviews
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    These data will always describe a J-Curve [see graphic by Six Silberman, 2014].
     
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    #1 Tribune, Apr 4, 2016
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