I'm sorry that I can't read the graphic at
It just doesn't zoom enough to read the part entitled "How to read
it". I also can't find the graphic on the company's website
Frankly, it looks pretty flashy but if the content is supposed to be
"What is Wikipedia about?" they've failed by getting a partial
population from Wikidata. A random sample is usually a lot better
than a partial population for this type of thing.
For example, see my graphic on "What's in Wikipedia?" at
That's only for the English-language Wikipedia of course. Also see
the discussion at
Just two quick questions. How does Wikipedia's coverage of science
compare to its coverage of biographies of living sportsmen? Which
graphic gives you that information?