List making already occurs for many wikiprojects with listeriabot and other tools. But there are still some advanced search criteria that can't be made that way, and users requested to expand Humaniki's advance filtering features to enable list making.
Ability to export male, female, other genders page links in a particular country/Wikiproject language/occupation/year or combination of these mapped with their
b. wikidata page link
c. number of sitelinks
d. Wikipedia or other Wikiproject page link
- As a developer, I want to identify good seed articles, like Ukrainian scientists to feed into WikiGapFinder, to improve its search accuracy. (related to: Data API Task T275328)
- As a Wikiproject representative, I want to identify article overlaps between languages.
- As a editor, I want to be able to see how many sitelinks a given human (Wikidata item) has and be able to sort by sitelinks because it allows notability checks.
- As a editor, I want to identify women in wikidata with no sitelink, so that we can create articles for them (related to Data Completeness Task T275330)
- Advance Search: As a editor, I want the tool to give me all women who don't have an article on my language Wikipedia who have an occupation that is a subclass of artists that have articles on at least one wikipedia (i.e one sitelink), and want to be able to sort based on no. of sitelinks (related to Occupation Metric Task T270046
Provides actionable insights
Verbatim - "“It is hard to do a good query search which will rule out the objects from Wikidata that don't meet relevance criteria on Wikipedia. This ends up with a list where quite a few redlinks are actually relevant.” - Wikiproject Representative
Want to learn more? Find our user research report on Wikimedia Commons.
User Research Report Link
Add ‘export’ column to the tables. When user hovers over a country or any other_data_dimension row, export options pop up in the export column.