Jan 4 2020
Jan 3 2020
Unassigning myself for now as I will be on leave until mid-April. The Product Analytics team will review and prioritize the request during the next board review meeting (2020-01-06).
Jan 2 2020
Dec 24 2019
I'm documenting a couple of draft queries below that can be used for reference for calculating this metric. Some QA and modifications may be needed based on the finalization of how this metric is defined.
Dec 20 2019
@olga Any questions or follow-up actions needed here?
I completed the pre and post-deployment analysis of edit cards on mobile VE.
Dec 18 2019
I've pulled together a doc proposing a suggested rule for what special pages should be counted as pageviews along with some relevant background info and considerations.
Dec 17 2019
I'm documenting some available example queries that can be used to calculate edit completion rates using eventlogging data.
Dec 9 2019
I made some slight changes to the short and long-term retention charts to align more closely with the recommendations of the Product Analytics teams' user retention framework. While the framework is still currently in development, I wanted to try to be consistent with the proposed retention definition and use cases. However, there are minimal changes to the results and recommendations I posted above in case you've already started to review.
Moving to blocked pending completion of AB test rerun.
Dec 5 2019
I completed a review into the drop in mobile VE edit completion rate among unregistered users and confirmed that the decrease is likely caused by an increase in the number of VE edits attempts by unregistered users following the VE AB test deployment date.
Dec 3 2019
Dec 2 2019
I updated the analysis to differentiate between short and long-term retention rates for junior talk page contributors. The below charts show the year over year trends from October 2016 through September 2019.
Nov 25 2019
Here is a link to the final AMC metrics report.
Nov 22 2019
I updated the staging deck with a slide on AMC and shared with Toby. Let me know if you need any changes.
Nov 20 2019
Nov 19 2019
Nov 18 2019
Hello! here's my request for Kerberos credentials for Hadoop access on stat100X and notebook100X. My username is mneisler.
Nov 16 2019
I found a bug in my query that was double-counting some of the talk page contributors for each month. Below is the updated chart (please disregard the one posted above).
Nov 15 2019
Here's the current year over year breakdown. This shows the 30-day Junior Contributor talk page retention for each month over the past three years.
Nov 12 2019
Nov 9 2019
I pulled together a table showing the average number of talk page contributors, average overall monthly contributors, and proportion of talk page contributors for all Wikipedias. You can add filters to sort by the size of each column or look at specific wikis.
Nov 8 2019
Nov 1 2019
Here is an updated summary of results with edit count breakdown revised to the following edit count buckets: 1-4; 5-99; 100-999; 1,000+; unregistered. See notebook for additional details and charts.
- The drop ~4-July drop in the edit completion rate among logged-out users is curious – I'm glad you highlighted this and that we will explore this further. I've created a new task for this investigation. Tho, if you think it is better suited as a part of this task, please boldly close this one as a duplicate: T237075
Here is a link to the current draft report, which includes additional per wiki and editor experience breakdowns for the primary KPIs (mobile web edit rate, retention rate, and mobile web moderation actions).
Oct 31 2019
Please see edits_hourly in Superspet (and edits_hourl.hql file) for reference on how the namespace dimension was added for that data source.
Here are the initial results.
Oct 30 2019
Oct 29 2019
...as part of T233261 and can normalize the data per my comment above to show wikis with the highest proportion of unique contributors participating on talk pages each month.
This sounds great. As for the denominator, "...unique contributors participating on talk pages each month." makes sense to me considering we are seeking to understand, currently, how much contributors depend on/use talk pages.
Although, in the point above , it seemed like the denominator was still TBD: Which do you think we should go with?
Overall number of distinct contributors participating on Wikipedia talk pages each month by experience level:
Oct 28 2019
Oct 25 2019
Oct 24 2019
Oct 23 2019
I discussed this with @Neil_P._Quinn_WMF. @matmarex's explanation makes sense and these are likely NULL edits.
Here's a quick high-level summary of the AMC metric numbers gathered so far. I'll post a moderation actions update soon and a full report with more details by early next week.
I reviewed data starting at the date of AMC deployment (varies based on wiki ) through September 30, 2019.
Oct 22 2019
Oct 21 2019
Oct 18 2019
@ovasileva - A couple questions:
Oct 15 2019
Here are the results looking at the timeframe: 9/10/2019 - 10/13/2019
Oct 10 2019
@ppelberg - Adding some thoughts re potential quantitative metrics below as I think through these. Happy to have a quick meeting if it's easier to figure these out synchronously instead.
Oct 9 2019
1. Junior contributors
- If we're not able to look at contributions on a per project basis, that would mean a contributor who has 200 edits to Commons and 2 edits to Wikipedia, would not be considered a junior contributor to wikipedia
- @MNeisler: is it possible to differentiate contributions by project?
Noting some current thoughts/responses to the questions above: