Hi Rafael,The exact data you're looking for, as mentioned by Nuria, is not readily available for sharing. If you find it useful, I'm happy to set up a call with you to understand what your needs are (I've read the details of https://phabricator.wikimedia.org/T131889 already) and brainstorm with you about other innovative ways you can use Wikipedia/Wikimedia data for the purposes of these reports. If that's of interest, please ping me off-list.Best,LeilaWikimedia FoundationLeila ZiaSenior Research ScientistOn Tue, Jan 17, 2017 at 8:51 AM, Nuria Ruiz <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:Rafael,The most recent data we have on this regard publicy available has already been linked on this thread. Sorry we do not have more current data, as I pointed out couple times before we will likely have newer data by April 2017 when our ongoing project regarding edit data reconstruction (we expect) would be mostly completed.Thanks,NuriaDear Federico,
Thank you for your reply. I have been in touch with the Analytics team
making inquiries about this data. Is there a particular person I should
forward my request within WMF? Can you please provide me with a contact
Rafael Escalona Reynoso, PhD, MPA.
Lead Researcher at The Global Innovation Index
Cornell College of Business
Ithaca, NY 14853
Phone: +1 (607) 262-0983
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Subject: Re: [Analytics] On Wikipedia edits archive per county.Probably someone at WMF would be more appropriate for a call; I can only
share information which is online.
Rafael Escalona Reynoso, 02/01/2017 17:40:
> Thank you for your reply. While reviewing both tables, the process to
> define the total number of edits per country is still a bit ambiguous.
> For example, in the case of Spanish, edits can be allocated to various
Sorry, I should have been clearer. What you need is the language breakdown,
like this (which was last calculated in 2013, it seems):
If you only consider the numbers above 3 % or so, these tend to be rather
stable, so the 2013 data is still a good approximation.
> addition not all quarters for 2015 are available.
> Would it be possible to obtain instead the overall number of edits per
> country for the year 2015?
Ah sorry, I thought you wanted historical data more than recent data.
Updates have been stalled by WMF while they work on a potential replacement,
so I suspect you can only adapt older data or wait.