For both Wikipedia pages and Wikidata items, the same item or page can currently be both as an Item Created and an Item Improved. (E.g., if a Page Created includes edits subsequent to initial creation, it is also counted as a Page Improved.)
Please separate these two categories so that they are distinct and mutually exclusive. I.e., for any individual wiki page or Wikidata item in an event, if Event Metrics counts it in the "Created" category, that page or Wikidata item can then never be also in the "Improved" category. The total of Created + Improved should equal the total of all pages involved.
Are the edits still counted? Yes! Edits made to Pages Created after the initial creation won't cause those pages to be numbered among the Pages Improved. But such edits are still counted in metrics like "Bytes changed" and "Edits" (in Event Summary) and "Edits during event" and "Bytes changed during event" (in Pages Created).
Metrics directly impacted by this ticket
Used in the Event Summary report and defined in T205561
- Wikidata items created
- Wikidata items improved
- Pages created
- Pages improved
- Views to pages created
- Avg. daily views to pages improved
Used in the Pages Improved report and defined in T210775
- Title (which refers to the individual Pages Improved listed) This list should no longer include any articles also listed in the Pages Created report, T206058.
I created a couple of events that should be helpful:
- Wikidata item: This event focuses on 1 Wikidata item that was created then edited 1 time; the item is currently counted as 1 Item Created and 1 Improved.
- Page created: This event focuses on 1 Page that was Created then edited 2 times; the page is counted currently as 1 Page Created and 1 Page Improved.