The Pages Improved downloadable reports give details on all Main space pages edited during an event. This report in csv (spreadsheet) format will provide event organizers with data that they can sort and recombine in order to create documents or other reports for partners, grantors, bosses, etc.
- Metric definitions: See below, under "Definitions of Metrics"
- Event details: In addition to the data/metrics, the CSV file will contain some descriptive information about the event and the report. See below under "Event details."
- Report filename: when the user saves the report, the filename should follow this format: pages-improved_event-name
- The left-most column of the report will be a list of page titles.
- The metrics in each row will be presented/calculated as they apply to the particular page listed in the left column. E.g., "Bytes changed" means bytes changed for that article (as opposed to the same figure on the Event Summary reports, where it totals the bytes changed for the whole event).
- The default sort order will be by "Avg. daily pageviews", descending
- The column headings will be, in order (pls use this approved wording):
- Edits during event [method defined in T206821]
- Bytes changed during event [method defined in T206821]
- Avg. daily pageviews [method defined in T206817]
- Incoming links [method defined in T214219]
- More page metrics [see below for formatting info]
At the bottom of the csv report, please list the following in the left column below a label that says: Event details
- |Pages improved:|Eventname|
- |Start date:|yyyy-mm-dd hh:mm|
- |End date:|yyyy-mm-dd hh:mm|
- |Last updated:|yyyy-mm-dd hh:mm|
Metric definitions & formatting
- Title: page title of each Main space Page Improved (consistent with all active filters). This is an article-by-article listing of the pages counted in the Pages Improved metric from T205561.
- URL of the page above.
- Wiki where the article exists. Limited to the short list of wikis defined on the Event Setup screen for the event. For space reasons, label all Wikipedias only using the language name—"Spanish," French," etc. (i.e., omit "Wikipedia"). List "Commons" and "Wikidata" as such.
- Edits during event The edit count to the article during the event period.
- Bytes changed during event The net bytes changed to the page during the event period. If the Bytes Changed is a negative number, please include a - (but don't use a + for positive numbers, since it screws up alignment in CSVs).
- Avg. daily pageviews is an average over the preceding 30 days. If 30 days are not available, use the average of however many days are available. If a count is not available for some reason (e.g., during the first day of a page's existence), show "n/a", for "not available" rather than 0.
- Incoming links A count of links to the article (cumulative, i.e., since creation)
- More page metrics provides a URL that links users to the XTools "Page History" page for that article. In CSV reports, just list the URL. In Wikitext reports, combine the URL with the word "more" to form links.
Data that are fixed at event close vs. data that continue to develop
Figures like Pageviews naturally continue to develop after the event is over. Other figures can be considered fixed once the event period is over; these could be stored and need never be calculated again. Here is a breakdown for this report:
- Edits during event
- Bytes changed during event
Continue to develop
- Avg. daily pageviews
- Incoming links
- More page metrics [URL]