is advertised as being maintained by User:Henrik, who has been inactive since 2014. I have my doubts any requests to update the tool will get any where.

Anyway, I am very pleased to see there more interest in backfilling historical data into AQS. Access to this data is by far the most common request I've gotten in working on the Pageviews Analysis tools. I, too, am happy to help with this effort in any way! :)


On Fri, Jan 20, 2017 at 3:27 AM, Alex Druk <> wrote:
It seems to me that decline in terrorism related pageviews started long before  Snowden revelations (2011-2012?). See enclosed graph from wikipediatrends.comInline image 1

On Wed, Jan 18, 2017 at 6:00 PM, Andrew Otto <> wrote:
Saw this on reddit:

From the paper:

"This case study uses data on English language Wikipedia article view counts from the online service, a portal maintained by a Wikimedia Foundation member. This portal provides access to a range of Wikipedia analytics, stats, and data.86 In particular, the portal aggregates Wikipedia article view data on a daily and monthly basis.87 This data at has been used in a range of research, including studies involving market trends, health information access, and social-political change.88”

Just thought it might be of interest, especially considering WMF’s NSA lawsuit.


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