User Guide for the Amazon Mechanical Turk Command Line Tools v1. The Amazon Mechanical Turk Command Line Tools are a set of command line interfaces that allow you to easily build solutions leveraging Amazon Mechanical Turk without writing a line of code. The goals of the Command Line Tools are to:.
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To abstract you from the "muck" of using web services. To allow you to create solutions without writing a single line of code. To allow you to focus more on solving the business problem and less on managing technical details. The Command Line Tools can be run on the following environments:. Microsoft Windows. Unix based system (i.
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Mac OSX, Linux, etc. What's New in Amazon Mechanical Turk Command Line Tools v1.
We have added the following new features to this version of the Command Line Tools:. A new operation Make Template copies a Command Line Tools sample application. You can then modify the files and create your own application. A new operation Review Results allows you to approve and reject multiple assignments with one operation.
We have made some changes to the Get Results operation. Each HIT in the output file now has a link to your Manage HITs page in the Requester web site. Use these links if you want to manually reject assignments, pay bonuses, or send emails to Workers. We have also added some new information to the output on the screen.
The Image Categorization Sample Application and the Running the Web Site Filtering Sample Application provide a command to generate a summary report of the HIT results. Amazon Mechanical Turk Concepts and Additional Information.
Before getting started, you should first familiarize yourself with the key concepts of Amazon Mechanical Turk by reading the Mechanical Turk Concepts section in the Amazon Mechanical Turk Developer Guide. For additional information, check out these resources:. The Amazon Mechanical Turk Developer Guide provides full details on all functionality available on Amazon Mechanical Turk.
The Amazon Mechanical Turk Getting Started Guide provides information about how to get started using Amazon Mechanical Turk. It includes step-by-step information about how to create a HIT using the Command Line Tools. The Command Line Tools Tutorial provides video instructions to help you get started creating HITs. Table of Contents.
Features and Benefits. Installing the Command Line Tools. The installation of the Command Line Tools and other required components is simple and requires minimal configuration. If you downloaded and ran the mech-turk-setup. exe file, you have installed and configured the Command Line Tools. When this documentation refers to [Command Line Tools Installation Directory], it assumes the following directory structure:.
Directory] is [Command Line Tools Installation Directory] = mech-turk-tools-1. If you downloaded a different file, use the following instructions to install and configure the Command Line Tools. The instructions below assume that the downloaded file was uncompressed in a directory that you specified. When the instructions refer to [Command Line Tools Installation Directory], it assumes the following directory structure:. [Command Line Tools Installation Directory] = [The directory that the downloaded file was uncompressed into]aws-mturk-clt-1.
Sign up for an Amazon Web Services (AWS) account at the AWS web site. Sign up for an Amazon Mechanical Turk Requester account at the Requester web site.
Configure the Command Line Tools to use your AWS access identifiers information. a. Open the following file: [Command Line Tools Installation Directory]binmturk. properties b.
Set the following properties to reflect your AWS access identifiers :. access_key=[Your AWS Access Key]. secret_key=[Your Secret Key] c. Save and close the file.
If you downloaded the Unix distribution, you must set the MTURK_CMD_HOME environment variable to point to your Command Line Tools installation location. If you downloaded the Unix distribution, you must set the JAVA_HOME environment variable to point to your Java Standard Edition Runtime Environment (JRE) installation location.
For advanced users, you can optionally set the MTURK_CMD_HOME environment variable to point to your Command Line Tools installation location so that they can be run from any directory. Note: If you did not download a version of the Command Line Tools that contains the Java Standard Edition Runtime Environment (Only available for Windows distribution), you must have the Java JRE 1. X (JRE 5).
The Command Line Tools are not 100% compatible with JRE 6. You can download the JRE at the following website:. If you have installed the JRE and elect not to use the included JRE (Windows distribution only), you should set the JAVA_HOME environment variable to point to your JRE installation.
Using the Amazon Mechanical Turk Developer Sandbox for Testing. By default, the Command Line Tools are configured to work against the production site ( ). When creating HITs on the Production site, you will need to have a funded Amazon Mechanical Turk account. Visit the following link to fund your account:. Optionally, you can configure the Command Line tools to work against the Developer Sandbox environment. The Developer Sandbox is a simulated environment that allows developers to test their Amazon Mechanical Turk solutions for free.
To view HITs created in the sandbox, go to the Developer Sandbox worker site ( ). To configure the Command Line Tools to work against the Developer Sandbox:. Open the following file in a text editor:. [Command Line Tools Installation Directory]binmturk. properties. Comment out the Production site service_url with a "#":. #service_url=.
Uncomment the Developer Sandbox service_url by removing the "#":. Save and close the file.
You can also temporarily override your configuration in your mturk. properties file and work against the Developer Sandbox by using the -sandbox parameter with any of the commands. For example:. loadHITs -sandbox [other options] This will execute the loadHITs command against the Developer Sandbox environment even if you have configured your command line tools to run against production in your mturk. properties file.
Overview of the Sample Applications. The Command Line Tools include a set of sample applications that demonstrate various use cases of Amazon Mechanical Turk. There are 4 create HIT sample applications and 7 Qualification related sample applications.
Each create HIT sample application is defined by 3 files:. Input File - A file containing the variable data to be placed in the HIT. This is a tab-delimited text file.
Question Template File - A file containing the template of the question that contains placeholders for the fields defined in the input file. This is an XML file that conforms to the QuestionForm schema. HIT Properties File - A file containing the desired properties for the HIT (i.
title, description, etc. Each create HIT sample described in subsequent sections consist of the following steps:. For each row in the Input File, the fields will be inserted into the placeholders of the Question Template File and the HIT will be created in the production site with the properties defined in the HIT Properties File. The # of rows in the Input File will determine how many HITs will be created.
A Success File is generated containing identifiers to the HITs that were created. The HITs are accepted, worked on and submitted on the Worker sandbox site. The Success File is used to retrieve the results of the HITs which are then written to a Results File. The Success File is then used to automatically approve all the HITs and then properly dispose of them. Details on the Qualification related sample applications can be found in their respective section. The following samples have been provided:.