On 5/5/06, Mark Wagner <carnildo(a)gmail.com>
You probably need to find a better example.
[[User:Carnildo/The 100]] and [[User:Carnildo/The 100 Biography]], we
don't have any articles on either. On the other hand, we've got 4,535
articles on Digimon characters, 40,814 Rambot-created stubs, 4,535
biographies of saints, 15,872 articles on schools, 2,267 articles on
episodes of television series, and 2,267 copyvios on [[The Elf Queen
This abuse of statistics has been brought to you by the letters σ and
ϕ, and by the number e.
Seriously, where did those figures come from? 4,535 articles on
digimon characters? huh?
The two article surveys cited include 493 still-existent articles. At
the time I started mangling statistics, Wikipedia had 1,117,850
articles. So, it was simply a matter of multiplying the article
counts in the surveys by 2,267.44 and rounding to the nearest integer.