Thanks to Domas for collecting this and thanks to Erik for mentioning it. 

Here is a command line I used to look for big numbers:

perl -n -e 'print if /^en .*\d\d\d\d$/' pagecounts-20080220-160000 | less

And here is a command line I used to make an html page that let me browse those pages:

perl -n -e 'print if s/^en (.*?) \d+ (\d{4,})$/<a href="http:\/\/\/wiki\/$1">$1<\/a> $2<\/br>/' pagecounts-20080220-160000 >xx.html

Best regards. -- Ward

Ward Cunningham

On Feb 18, 2008, at 2:12 PM, Erik Moeller wrote:

For those of you who haven't seen it, take a look at Domas' Mituzas wiki-stats:

This is real, accurate hourly snapshot data on the access to Wikipedia
captured from the Wikimedia Squid servers. Project counts show the
total access in a time period to the different language editions.

This is great stuff for visualization, behavioral pattern analysis,
and other purposes. If you do something with it, let us know. :-)

URL may change in the future - we'll put a redirect on the above one
if that happens.
Erik Möller
Deputy Director, Wikimedia Foundation

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