Ctrl-C), AutoMan will leave state behind on MTurk. AutoMan state consists of three kinds of runtime objects:
HITs, which are the MTurk equivalent of a human function call,
Assignments, which are the equivalent of a human function return value, and
Qualifications, which are a runtime data structure that limits who can participate in a given crowdsourcing job.
.propertiesfile. I typically call my file
mturk.propertiesand keep it someplace safe.
mturk.propertiesfile should be a text file formatted using the following convention:
mturk.propertiesfile (with bogus keys):
DeleteAllHITstool, found in AutoMan's
toolsdirectory, will delete all the HITs for your account, either in the MTurk sandbox or in the live production site. You can see a help message by running the program without arguments.
false, you can also delete all HITs and Assignments on the live, production MTurk site.
DeleteAllQualificationstool will delete all
Qualificationobjects from MTurk. As with the
DeleteAllHITstool, it can be run on either the sandbox or the live production site.
Qualificationobjects on the MTurk sandbox.
false, you can also delete all
Qualificationobjects on the live, production MTurk site.