Category:Proposed research projects
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This category contains proposed research projects.
Content pages in category "Proposed research projects"
The following 54 pages are in this category, out of 54 total.
- Research:Ideas/Assessment of article improvement tasks
- Research:Ideas/Automated broadcasting of newly categorized stubs
- Research:Ideas/Editor profiles and interactions
- Research:Ideas/First edits for male and female newcomers
- Research:Ideas/FlaggedRevs unregistered users engagement
- Research:Ideas/Helpdesks on Wikipedia
- Research:Ideas/How does the availability of VisualEditor affect the rate of edits and editor acquisition in different languages?
- Research:Ideas/How has the retention of female editors been affected by the decline?
- Research:Ideas/How much repetitive text is there in Wikipedias in different languages? Can it be useful for translation memory?
- Research:Ideas/Is ptwiki declining like enwiki?
- Research:Ideas/Map Visualising Learning Pathway Links
- Research:Ideas/Oxford Hackathon Notes
- Research:Ideas/Public query interface for Labs
- Research:Ideas/Requests for adminship and the retention of long term editors
- Research:Ideas/The effect of abuse filter
- Research:Ideas/Using Wikipedia as a multilingual corpus
- Research:Ideas/Visualizing Wikidata "instance of" and "subclass of" property chains
- Research:Ideas/WOMP: Wikipedia Open Metrics Platform
- Research:Matching Red Links with Wikidata Items
- Research:Measuring mission success
- Research:Measuring the value of statements in Wikidata
- Research:Mobile User Behavioural Differences
- Research:Modeling undisclosed paid editors
- Research:Modelling Behaviour in a Peer Production Economy upon Evidence from Wikipedia
- User talk:Jmorgan (WMF)/Test
- Research:Testing effects of Impact Stats on newcomer retention
- Research:Testing effects of Impact Stats on newcomer retention/bn
- Research:Testing effects of Impact Stats on newcomer retention/Slovak Impact Stats
- Research:The Role of Images for Knowledge Understanding
- Research:Training for new users