Learning patterns/Number of newly registered users
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created on26 August, 2014
What problem does this solve?
This learning pattern describes how to collect data on the global metric for number of newly registered users for a program, project, or event.
What is the solution?
- New accounts created is an editor who has created a new account as a result of a project up to two weeks before an event.
- In-person or Face to face events - Events that happen in real time in physical presence (i.e. 10 people in the same room)
- Online events, which could be anything from a contest, to an international editathon, to experimental projects like the Wikipedia Adventure or the Teahouse.
How to measure
|1. Get usernames|
|2. Review Wikimetrics Learning Module and Upload your Cohort|
|3. In Wikimetrics, Create a report to determine "Newly Registered Users"|
When to use
- Learning & Evaluation global metrics information page
- Wikimetrics learning module
- Research:Newly registered user
- Number of newly registered users
- Number of active editors involved
- Number of individuals involved
- Number of images or media used in Wikimedia projects
- Number of articles created or improved in Wikimedia projects
- Number of bytes added and removed from Wikimedia projects
- Learning question: Did your work increase the motivation of contributors, and how do you know?