And I forgot to say this is awesome. :) Thanks for doing this.

On Thu, Mar 21, 2013 at 10:00 AM, Kraig Parkinson <> wrote:
Hi Mariya,

I'm working on making it easier for stakeholders and analysts to become familiar with the data and analytical models that we have.  Would you be able to find moment to chat with me about what you put together? 

Here's a reference to the card I'm using to look into the issue:


On Thu, Mar 21, 2013 at 9:01 AM, Jessie Wild <> wrote:
cross-posting to Analytics.

(this is great, Mariya!)

On Thu, Mar 21, 2013 at 5:47 AM, Maria Miteva <> wrote:
Hi everyone, 

As part of my internship with WMF I have created - a single page introduction to Wikimedia-related data sources. Its intended to inform researchers abou the variety of Wikimedia data available. 

The page can definitely benefit from some review from the actual users of data. Please take a look and feel free to add or correct information. The "How-to" and "Existing tools" subsections definitly could be expanded.  Also, is still quite small and can definitely be improved. 

My internship is over in a few days. I will still be around some but if you see anything that can be improved please take the initiative and change it. If you don't  feel comfortable doing it, write a note on the Talk page. 

Finally, I would like to encourage you to share any Wikimedia-related datasets you have or you know of, small or big, on The aim is to eventually have all Wikimedia-related data documented on the Wikimedia group on DataHub.


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