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Analysis of User-Journeys on a Crowdsourcing Platform
Hello everyone, I am researching the behaviour of Crowdsourcees on a large crowdsourcing platform. Therefore I got a lot of data and already analyzed quite a bit. For example, I used Prom to analyze my eventlogs and bring them to a process model (Trace, Eventlog and Activity).
As a next step I would like to analyze the impact of gamification of on the Crowdsourcees behaviour. There are eventlogs with badges and points. What i would like to see is whether the behavior of a Crowdsourcee changed after he received certain non-monetary gamification incentives. Does ProM allow such an analysis in a certain way? For example the frequency of eventlogs changed after certain incentives etc. OR in general, how do i bring in more attributes for each user like role (admin, moderator, user) in each case to later divide between certain types?
I hope this question is not out of context and any input is appreciated (papers, tools, etc). I already had a look at both MOOCs (coursera, futurelearn) and read quite many papers. Further research will include also the overview of crowdsourcee interacting with the crowdsourer etc. Maybe I have to consider using another tool?