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In many online environments, such as massive open online courses and crowdsourcing platforms, many people solve similar complex tasks. As a byproduct of solving these tasks, a pool of artifacts are created that may be able to help others perform better on similar tasks. In this paper, we explore whether work that is naturally done by crowdworkers can be used as examples to help future crowdworkers perform better on similar tasks. We explore this in the context of a product comparison reviewdoi:10.1609/hcomp.v7i1.5269 fatcat:veuyhkxgyfgrloblyljcal5r2a