On 8/25/05, Mike Morrell <idaho2000(a)hotmail.com> wrote:
Do we also have some
statistics showing things like hits per page and also "non-hits"? In other
words, content that non-contributing users would like to have found but
Non contributors can request articles at pages like
Access statistics are available at
We don't have any logs of what people searched for. This might be
regarded a privacy violation if we did.
Have we carried out surveys amongst non-Wikipedians to
find out what
they (potentially) would be interested in finding out at Wikipedia?
Not that I know of, though there is a lot of ongoing research. See
2. Is there any kind of policy or marketing group that
adresses the issues
in point 1.
Not really. The Research Network might be the closest thing to that: