I didn't know such data existed. As an alternative, perhaps you could have
a look at our click datasets, which contain requests to the Web at large
(i.e., not just Wikipedia) generated from within the campus of Indiana
University over a period of several months. HTH
Giovanni Luca Ciampaglia
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2014-09-17 9:53 GMT-04:00 Valerio Schiavoni <valerio.schiavoni(a)gmail.com>om>:
just bumping my email from last week, since so far I did not get any
Should I consider that dataset to be somehow lost ?
I've also contacted the researchers who partially released it, but making
it publicly available is tricky for them, due to its size (12 TB), which
might instead be somehow in the norms of the operations taken daily by
On Wed, Sep 10, 2014 at 4:15 AM, Valerio Schiavoni <
Dear WikiMedia foundation,
in the context of a EU research project , we are interested in
wikipedia access traces.
In the past, such traces were given for research purposes to other groups
Unfortunately, only a small percentage (10%) of that trace has been made
made available (10%).
We are interested in accessing the totality of that same trace (or even
better, a more recent one, but the same one will do).
If this is not the correct ML to use for such requests, could please
redirect me to correct one ?
Thanks again for your attention,
University of Neuchatel, Switzerland
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2 - http://www.wikibench.eu/?page_id=60
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