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Part 1. Wikimetrics Overview
Wikimetrics Training Overview
What is Wikimetrics?
Data organization of Wiki pages
Program vs Project
How does Wikimetrics Work?
Data Analysis with Wikimetrics
Available Metrics
Part 2. Making Your Cohort File
The Cohort File
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Collecting your Cohort
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Pick Cohorts
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1. Bytes Added
2. Edits
3. Pages Created
4. Threshold
5. Survival
Important Tips and Tricks
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Cohort Storage and Sharing
Using your new data
Conclusion
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Pick Metrics > 4. Threshold


Threshold = Whether editors made a minimum number of edits from the period between registration to the specified threshold hours. Also computes the time it took to reach the threshold in hours.


Option
Details
Number of Edits Minimum number of edits made by new users
Threshold Hours Number of hours selected
Namespaces Number of hours after Survival hours to measure if user is still editing


For each user, the Output file will display:


1 = True
User made a minimum number of edits during the specified threshold time (see below).
0 = False
User did not make the minimum number of edits during the threshold time.
-1 = Undefined
User likely has not yet been registered long enough to meet the threshold time (?).


Note: To help you distinguish how Threshold and Survival differ, this tutorial switches the order of how these appear in Wikimetrics.