Wikimedia Research Newsletter

  1. Wikimedia Research Newsletter, August 2017

    Who wrote this? New dataset on the provenance of Wikipedia text... Read more

  2. Wikimedia Research Newsletter, July 2017

    Wikipedia articles vs. concepts; Wikipedia usage in Europe
    With contributions by: Thomas Niebler and Tilman Bayer... Read more

  3. Wikimedia Research Newsletter, June 2017

    Discussion summarization; Twitter bots tracking government edits; extracting trivia from Wikipedia
    With contributions by: Baha Mansurov and Tilman Bayer... Read more

  4. Wikimedia Research Newsletter, May 2017

    Wikipedia can increase local tourism by 9%; predicting article quality with deep learning; recent behavior predicts quality
    With contributions by: Marco Chemello, Federico Leva, Morten Warncke-Wang, and Tilman Bayer... Read more

  5. Wikimedia Research Newsletter, April 2017

    The chilling effect of surveillance on Wikipedia readers, and other recent research... Read more

  6. Wikimedia Research Newsletter, March 2017

    Utopian bubbles: Can Wikipedians create value outside of the capitalist system?
    With contributions by: Dorothy Howard, Simon Razniewski and Tilman Bayer... Read more

  7. Wikimedia Research Newsletter, February 2017

    Wikipedia bots fight – or do they?; personality and attitudes to Wikipedia; large expert review experiment
    With contributions by: Aaron Halfaker, Piotr Konieczny and Tilman Bayer... Read more

  8. Wikimedia Research Newsletter, January 2017

    Special issue: Wikipedia in education
    With contributions by Piotr Konieczny and Tilman Bayer... Read more

  9. Wikimedia Research Newsletter, December 2016

    Female Wikipedians aren’t more likely to edit women biographies; Black Lives Matter in Wikipedia
    With contributions by: Piotr Konieczny, Aaron Shaw, Reem Al-Kashif, and Tilman Bayer... Read more

  10. Wikimedia Research Newsletter, November 2016

    Privacy risks as perceived by Tor users and Wikipedians, and other recent research.... Read more