Learning and Evaluation/Wikimetrics
Wikimetrics is a tool developed by the Wikimedia Foundation that makes it easy to obtain data on a list of usernames. Many volunteers and organizations want to know how much content their programs (i.e. Edit-a-thons, contests, etc.) produce. The types of available data include:
- retention rates for users
- how many characters users have added
- how many new users
- how many users are active editors
- how many edits have been made
- how many pages users have created
With a clean interface, and with the help of guides, Wikimetrics is easy for anyone to use. Be sure to check out the important Opt-in information below and start tracking the usernames of those who participate in your programs!
The tool itself. Wikimetrics will allow you to get user-based data. Try it out!
Learning module on Wikimetrics
The learning module is a user guide that will explain how to Wikimetrics works and how to use it.
Wikimetrics demo (September 2014)
Event page and recorded virtual meet-up session offers an overview and demonstration of Wikimetrics.
Global Metrics learning patterns
Parent Learning pattern for global metrics and how to measure them (many using Wikimetrics)
Some events are offline and in-person. For these events, it is best to obtain permission to obtain data using Wikimetrics
Development and task management
Report bugs and request features