NETS 213: Final Project questionnaire (Part 2)
How many teammates are in your group?
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PennKey username 1
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PennKey username 2
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PennKey username 3
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PennKey username 4
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PennKey username 5
Your answer
Name of your project
Points for creativity!
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Quality Control
Is the quality of what the crowd gives you a concern?
How do you ensure the quality of the crowd provides?
If quality if a concern, then what did you do for quality control? If it is not a concern, then what about the design of your system obviates the need for explicit QC? This answer should be substantial (several paragraphs long).
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Did you analyze the quality of what you got back?
For instance, did you compare the quality of results against a gold standard? Did you compare different QC strategies?
What analysis did you perform on quality?
What questions did you investigate? What conclusions did you reach?
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Do you have a graph analyzing quality?
If you have a graph analyzing quality, include a png of your graph or table here.
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Caption for your graph (quality)
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Aggregation
How do you aggregate the results from the crowd?
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Did you analyze the aggregated results?
What analysis did you perform on the aggregated results?
What questions did you investigate? Did you compare aggregated responses against individual responses? What conclusions did you reach?
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Do you have a graph analyzing the aggregated results?
If you have a graph analyzing the aggregated results, include a png of your graph or table here.
Your answer
Caption for your graph (aggregation)
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Did you create a user interface for the end users to see the aggregated results?
If yes, please give the URL to a screenshot of the user interface for the end user.
Save the screenshot as a PNG file, and put it in your github repo. Include the full path to your image (prefix with https://github.com/). You can include multiple screenshots, one per line.
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Describe what your end user sees in this interface.
This can be a short caption for the screenshot. Alternately, if you put a lot of effort into the interface design, you can give a longer explanation of what you did.
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Scaling Up
What is the scale of the problem that you are trying to solve?
Interpret "scale" however this makes sense for your project.
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Would your project benefit if you could get contributions from thousands of people?
If it would benefit from a huge crowd, how would it benefit? If it would not, why not?
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What challenges would scaling to a large crowd introduce?
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Did you perform an analysis about how to scale up your project?
For instance, a cost analysis?
What analysis did you perform on the scaling up?
What questions did you investigate? What conclusions did you reach?
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Do you have a graph analyzing scaling?
If you have a graph analyzing scaling, include a png of your graph or table here.
Your answer
Caption for your graph (scaling up)
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Analysis of Project's Success
Did your project work?
How do you know? Analyze some results, discuss some positive outcomes of your project.
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Do you have a graph analyzing your project's success?
If you have a graph analyzing your project, include a png of your graph or table here.
Your answer
Caption for your graph (project analysis)
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What were the biggest challenges that you had to deal with?
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Where there major changes between what you originally proposed and your final product?
If so, what changed between your original plan and your final product?
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What are some limitations of your product?
If yours is an engineering-heavy project, what would you need to overcome in order to scale (cost/incentives/QC…)? If yours was a scientific study, what are some sources of error that may have been introduced by your method.
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Did your results deviate from what you would expect from previous work or what you learned in the class?
If your results deviated, why might that be?
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Technical Challenges
Did your project require a substantial technical component?
Did it require substantial software engineering? Did you need to learn a new language or API?
If project required a substantial technical component, describe the largest technical challenge you faced.
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How did you overcome this challenge?
What new tools or skills were required? Feel free to nerd out a bit, to help us understand the amount of work that was required.
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Do you have any screen shots or flow diagrams to illustrate the technical component you described?
If you have a screen shot or flow diagram, include a png of your figure here.
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Caption for your figure (technical component)
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Other info (optional)
Is there anything else you'd like to say about your project?
If you have additional information about your project that didn't fit into the above questions, put it here.
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