Hello from Analytics Team!

We are happy to announce the Alpha release of Wikistats 2. Wikistats has been redesigned for architectural simplicity, faster data processing, and a more dynamic and interactive user experience. First goal is to match the numbers of the current system, and to provide the most important reports, as decided by the Wikistats community (see survey) [1].  Over time, we will continue to migrate reports and add new ones that you find useful. We can also analyze the data in new and interesting ways, and look forward to hearing your feedback and suggestions. [2] 

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The new site comes with a whole new set of APIs, similar to our existing Pageview API but with edit data. You can start using them today, they are documented here:



Why is this an alpha?
There are features that we feel a full-fledged product should have that are still missing, such as localization. The data-processing pipeline for the new Wikistats has been rebuilt from scratch (it uses distributed-computing tools such as Hadoop) and we want to see how it is used before calling it final. Also while we aim to update data monthly, it will happen a few days after the month rolls because of the amount of data to move and compute.

How about comparing data between two wikis?
You can do it with two tabs but we are aware this UI might not solve all use cases for the most advanced Wikistats users. We aim to tackle those in the future.

How do I file bugs?
Use the handy link in the footer: https://phabricator.wikimedia.org/maniphest/task/edit/?title=Wikistats%20Bug&projectPHIDs=Analytics-Wikistats,Analytics

How do I comment on design?
The consultation on design already happened but we are still watching the talk page: https://www.mediawiki.org/wiki/Wikistats_2.0_Design_Project/RequestforFeedback/Round2

[1] https://www.mediawiki.org/wiki/Analytics/Wikistats/DumpReports/Future_per_report
[2] https://wikitech.wikimedia.org/wiki/Talk:Analytics/Systems/Wikistats