Create a project
If you already have a project and you want to create an identical one, clone the existing project. If not, create a new project.
The project defines what the task will look like for a Toloker.
To get better results, make tasks as simple as possible and divide complex tasks into several projects.
To create a project, follow the instructions:
- In the interface:
Provide general information:
Enter the Name and Description. Tolokers will see this in the task list.
- Optionally add a Private comment.
Edit the task interface:
Click Show specifications to see the input and output data fields.
Input data fields are created from the code on the Example of input data tab.
The output data fields depend on the components that use
data.outputand values supported by it.
Learn more about input and output data fields in the Template Builder Help.
Specify the settings for field task display if you use one of the field task templates.
Write guidelines for Tolokers.
You can prepare instructions in HTML format, then copy and paste into the editor. Click <> to switch to HTML mode.
- Optionally, add translations to other languages.
- Select the source language and the target languages.
- Fill in the fields in the table.
- Click Finish.
Cloning a project
To clone a project, click in the list of projects or selecton the project page.
If you need to change the project settings, open edit mode.
- Sorting images containing an object.
- Create a task using the “Image classification” template.
- Sort the images containing the object you are looking for.
- Show the image to the Toloker and ask if the object is in the image. Response options: Yes/No.
- Selecting objects in images.
- Select the object in the images you obtained after the previous pro
If your task contains many objects of different types, you should break it down. For example, you can ask users to select numbers in the first project, doorways and windows in the second project, walls in the third project, and plumbing in the fourth project.
The simpler the task, the cheaper it is and the better the quality of the final result. Set the cost of labeling a single class of objects in photos at about $0.01.
Use the Object selection in an image template. You can open this template in the editor and add a drop-down list for labeling the selected object. See how to do this in the editor description (Dropdown list tab).
The number of tasks depends on how difficult and time-consuming the tasks are. Keep the size reasonably small. Large task suites are unpopular, partly because they are inconvenient for Tolokers (for example, if the internet connection is unstable).
You can create such an assignment based on the classification template. Show a product image and ask the question: "Does the product match the query?" Add two radio buttons for responses: “Yes” and “No”.