Hi WMF Analytics,
It would be interesting to know where all this traffic is originating. Do
we have a way of tracking back the origin of Wikipedia pageviews to
particular sites or pages?
It would also be interesting to get a geographic picture of where this
traffic is originating.
On Thu, Nov 10, 2016 at 10:45 PM, SounderBruce <sounderbruce(a)gmail.com>
> Since Election Day, they've increased from 900/day to over 273,000
> *Bruce Englehardt / SounderBruce*
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I'm just wondering if anybody knows what happened to DizzyLogic wiki
parser? The website and program vanished. I used it in January 2016 so I
know it was there at this time.
*Kind regards,Reem Al-Kashif*
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some data exists about video views, although it's AFAIK not available
in form of a nice online tool. See
On Mon, Oct 31, 2016 at 5:34 AM, Trilce Navarrete
> Dear all,
> I'm doing some research on the use of image and video in Wikipedia and would
> like to know if there is any way to track # of video views in Wikipedia
> articles ?
> Image view per page I use the GLAM tools, but for video, I'm not sure if
> there is a tool or general Wikipedia stat on # of videos currently used in
> all languages, # of Wikipedia articles containing video and # of views to
> this pages.
> I understand use of video online is exploiting, and wondered if the wiki had
> stats on this as well.
> your feedback will be most appreciated !
> thanks much in advance
> Trilce Navarrete
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Hope this finds you all well. I'm wondering if there is a way/tool to
identify the articles that exist in the one edition of Wikipedia and have
counterparts in another. I'm also wondering if there is a way to generate a
list of these articles' titles for certain categories.
*Kind regards,Reem Al-Kashif*