On Wed, 9 Mar 2005 12:35:08 +0100, Andre Engels <andreengels(a)gmail.com> wrote:
On Wed, 9 Mar 2005 12:32:59 +0100, Angela
On Wed, 9 Mar 2005 12:25:53 +0100, Nicolas
I think there was a research paper (from the
MIT?), some months/years ago, that analysed how a specific article on Wikipedia was
modified, showing the slow modifications over time and a few big changes.
This was the " history flow" study, and can be seen at
Has there been contact with IBM about the possibility to use their
work? For example, I think it would be interesting to create these
diagrams for a large number of Wikipedia pages, and make those
Yes. Two weeks ago, I visited the group that did the history flow
study, and spent a couple of hours talking to Martin Wattenberg about
their interest in wikis and some of their ongoing projects.
I'll write more about this later tonight, but they are thinking about
this -- one of them suggested the idea of running history flow on an
article once a week and producing a little thumbnail that could
appear next to the article title -- and working on providing the tool
for others to use.
Jack Lutz wrote:
I emailed Martin Wattenberg about using an image in
their paper and did
not receive a response.
Which image was it?