Research:Measuring editor labor hours

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In this project, I'll be estimating a lower-bound on the number of labor hours committed toward editing Wikipedia by estimating session duration for all editors over all time in Wikimedia's projects.

Methods[edit]

Primarily, I'll be using the activity session-based session duration estimation methods similar to [1]

Results[edit]

to do

In the meantime, see the work log.

References[edit]

  1. Geiger, R. S., & Halfaker, A. (2013, February). Using edit sessions to measure participation in Wikipedia. In Proceedings of the 2013 conference on Computer supported cooperative work (pp. 861-870). ACM.