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Help panel: hierarchical analysis
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Now that we have developed a hierarchical method to analyze experiments across wikis, we want to use it to analyze the help panel experiments, using data from Czech, Korean, and Vietnamese Wikipedias. The main metrics we want to look at are:

  • Activation
  • Retention
  • Edit count/volume

A nice-to-have metric would be "non-reverted edits", or some other version of measuring productive edits.


Due Date
Fri, Aug 23, 7:00 AM

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nettrom_WMF triaged this task as Normal priority.Jul 8 2019, 5:03 PM
nettrom_WMF moved this task from Triage to Next Up on the Product-Analytics board.
nettrom_WMF edited projects, added Growth-Team (Current Sprint); removed Growth-Team.

I've completed gathering data for this analysis using the 2019-06 MediaWiki history snapshot. Moving it to "In Progress" as I'll start doing the actual analysis.

nettrom_WMF moved this task from Next Up to Doing on the Product-Analytics board.Jul 10 2019, 5:57 PM
MMiller_WMF updated the task description. (Show Details)Aug 10 2019, 12:46 AM

@nettrom_WMF -- per our conversation, I've added "edit count/volume" as one of the KPIs we want to look at, in addition to activation and retention. I also added "non-reverted edits" as a something that would be interesting, but not a high priority.

MMiller_WMF updated the task description. (Show Details)Aug 10 2019, 12:48 AM
MMiller_WMF set Due Date to Fri, Aug 23, 7:00 AM.
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Analysis piece is done, next up is reporting & sharing with stakeholder

kzimmerman moved this task from Doing to Review on the Product-Analytics board.Wed, Sep 18, 9:40 PM

We have a set of slides for sharing this with stakeholders, reassigning to @MMiller_WMF for review.