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):
wikimedia/squids/ SquidReportPageEditsPerLanguag eBreakdown.htm
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.
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