Last week I did a short talk at TED on Wikipedia’s evolving impact. I’ve posted an expanded version of the slides (PDF) and want to use a few blog posts to elaborate on some of the points covered. First point for this blog post, I was looking for a way to visualize some the great […]
I updated the meta page on comScore data with January 2010 information. It’s been a while since I updated this analysis, mostly since Erik Zachte’s great Wikimedia Report Card covers most of the data far more elegantly. I did include a first cut of the percentage of visitors to the largest language Wikipedias who actively edit, using […]
I updated the comScore data page with March 2009 information. Other changes include setting up archives for old data. I’ll be revising this page much less frequently now as Erik Zachte’s great Wikimedia Report Card covers most of the data in a much more elegant format. UPDATE: moved to archive page.
I updated the comScore data page with February 2009 information. I also finally added tables for each of the different data sections, which should improve readability. UPDATE: moved to archive page.
At the January Wikimedia Board of Trustees meeting in San Francisco I walked through a short presentation on comScore with additional info on international reach and on the portion of our traffic which comes from Google (PDF version, PowerPoint original). Contact me if you’d like any of the underlying data.
I updated the comScore data page with November 2008 information. UPDATE: moved to archive page.
I updated the comScore data page with September 2008 information. comScore has made the first wave of changes we’ve suggested to improve their categorization of all of our sites/URLs, and as a result we now have some early estimates of traffic by the different language versions of Wikipedia. UPDATE: moved to archive page.
Josh added info for July 2008 to the comScore data page. UPDATE: info moved to archive page.
One of the major online audience measurement companies, comScore, Inc., has generously donated access to its Media Metrix and World Metrix data sets to the Foundation. comScore has an opt-in panel of two million internet users around the globe and uses a range of statistical techniques to create an internally consistent portrait of the global internet audience. One […]