Alcohol detoxification [ edit | edit source ]
All data we have collected and generated for the Wikipedia Detox project is available under free licenses on the Wikipedia Talk Corpus on Figshare, per our open access policy. There are currently two distinct types of data included:
Demographic information about the crowdworkers. This information was obtained by an optional demographic survey administered after the labelling task. It is meant to be joined with _annotations.tsv on worker_id . Some fields may be blank if left unanswered.
rev_id: MediaWiki revision id of the edit that added the comment to a talk page (i.e. discussion). worker_id: Anonymized crowd-worker id. quoting_attack: Indicator for whether the worker thought the comment is quoting or reporting a personal attack that originated in a different comment.. recipient_attack: Indicator for whether the worker thought the comment contains a personal attack directed at the recipient of the comment. third_party_attack: Indicator for whether the worker thought the comment contains a personal attack directed at a third party. other_attack: Indicator for whether the worker thought the comment contains a personal attack but is not quoting attack, a recipient attack or third party attack. attack: Indicator for whether the worker thought the comment contains any form of personal attack. The exact question we posed can be found . The annotation takes on value 0 if the worker selected the option "This is not an attack or harassment" and value 1 otherwise.
Possibly the best known example of ritual cleansing in the West is the Christian baptism. Christians originally practiced the custom of washing the feet of another person. This conveyed symbolic meaning, as well as having the more practical benefit of ensuring that guests have nice-smelling feet. The Bible contains many references to cleansing, in some cases with fire.
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