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Mon, Mar 20
Impact of this is low on high level metrics, so we would not prioritize this work from the high-level metrics perspective.
We are increasingly *also* reporting on user pageviews, because we've seen increases in automated traffic since 2022. However, we only split out automated traffic in 2020, so for longer-term historical views we still need to include automated traffic.
Thank you @HXi-WMF!
Thu, Mar 16
Thank you @HXi-WMF , I think these look good! Can you also provide an update for active editors - returning vs new using this format?
Wed, Mar 15
Adding Data-Engineering since we will work with them on the technical details.
Fri, Mar 10
Assigning to @Miriam as she'll be putting together the April staff meeting presentation and deciding on how to show the data.
@HXi-WMF updates to charts per our discussion:
- separate chart files into two groups: Readers (unique devices, content interactions) and Editors (active editors, active editors - returning vs new, net new content). This will make it easier to incorporate the charts into the two separate repos we have right now.
- add buffer/padding to Y axis, so that the chart's peak and trough do not extend through the full Y axis (per the draft Data visualization guidelines that Maya mentioned: "a good measure is for the line to fill two-thirds of the chart area height"
- For the data loss data: I agree with your suggestion of putting the data directly into the code as a temporary solution, rather than referencing data from Google docs. Make sure it’s well-commented.
@Volker_E After discussing this with the team, I suggest coming in to office hours to help you get the data needed from Superset. I explored the data and put together this dashboard - https://superset.wikimedia.org/superset/dashboard/403/ - so perhaps that meets your needs? The first chart shows the proportion of pageviews from IE11 out of all pageviews - and has conditional formatting to flag where that proportion is above 0.1%
Thu, Mar 9
We should continue to report on Wikipedia unique devices. Thank you for checking! I'll update the description to specify.
Tue, Mar 7
I've associated this with the ticket about improving automated detection - T280565
Mon, Mar 6
Tue, Feb 28
Mon, Feb 27
Tue, Feb 21
@HXi-WMF One revision for Unique Devices: since there's only one line, can you take out the blue "Unique Devices" label? Thank you!
@HXi-WMF thank you! I want to go with (C), with the January YoY comparison. Can you also add the yellow circles to flag January 2023 and January 2022?
Thank you @HXi-WMF !
@HXi-WMF Leaving them here is perfect - thank you! I'm going to start using this ticket for reference when we talk about timeline visuals.
Feb 17 2023
Thank you @HXi-WMF ! I think I prefer (1 - white box) although I'm a little torn. But let's try that one and see how it goes.
Thank you @Mayakp.wiki and @Iflorez ! Reassigning to @HXi-WMF
Thank you @Mayakp.wiki ! Reassigning to @HXi-WMF
Thank you @HXi-WMF ! I prefer (1). Can you go ahead and make the other charts like that?
Feb 14 2023
@Legoktm ah, this is not about GlobalUserPages. It's about pageviews to all Wikimedia sites, worldwide (not filtered by country), and only filtered to user traffic. Something like this on Wikistats https://stats.wikimedia.org/#/all-projects/reading/total-page-views/normal|line|2-year|agent~user|monthly
Feb 13 2023
Thank you @HXi-WMF ! That is a good point about not drawing too much attention to the blocked out area because that's not the intent of the chart.
Feb 7 2023
We are waiting for the GDI tables to be productionized before moving forward with this. Need to check in on T310712
Feb 6 2023
Feb 3 2023
@PBradley-WMF I took a look at the top linking sites for https://fr.wikipedia.org/wiki/Cookie_(informatique), and compared it to https://de.wikipedia.org/wiki/HTTP-Cookie, https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Cookie, https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/HTTP_Cookie, and https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/HTTP_Cookie. Several of the top linking sites for the French & German cookie pages are the same, actually. One common thread is that the links to Wikipedia appear in the privacy banner on pages (I saw this in several, but not all, of the websites I checked).
Feb 1 2023
Wanted to note a couple of things I had explored earlier:
Thanks @BTullis , I'll ask my team to check and we'll reach out if we need anything else!
Jan 31 2023
@BTullis Can you please review permissions for the Product Analytics team? We should all have sql_lab access if we don't already.
Jan 27 2023
Jan 26 2023
@nshahquinn-wmf I think doing the Jan 2023 snapshot is a good solution, so I agree. It's better than trying to calculate the Dec 2022 snapshot based on 11 months of data for some columns, and this way we will still have a full year of seasonal data.
Thank you @HXi-WMF, the one with the blue works beautifully! I'm marking this as resolved.
Jan 25 2023
- Yes, the Wikidata line should be in front
- I think the Wikidata line needs to stand out more - perhaps make it thicker and/or try different color combinations so it is more visually prominent
- The color of the Commons label needs to match the color of the line
- Graph notes: the link should go to Wikistats https://stats.wikimedia.org/
- Remove the Y axis label; instead, I suggest for the title: "Growth of Wikimedia Projects: Content Items"