Around the end of March, traffic started being routed through our new data center in Singapore (cf. T189252 and [[https://github.com/wikimedia/operations-dns/commits/master/geo-maps |detailed timeline by country]]). The performance team has since [[https://blog.wikimedia.org/2018/04/24/new-data-center-singapore/ | published data]] on the performance impacts for readers, and this is a wonderful opportunity to test the hypothesis that if you make something faster on the internet, people use it more.
Let's look at any impact we can determine as a result of the change, using daily time series for the following metrics:
[X] Pageviews (possibly also separately for mobile and desktop)
[X] Unique devices (global version for all Wikipedias, possibly also per-domain version for the largest projects in the corresponding country)
[X] Average user return time within 31 days, based on the last-access data recorded in `tbayer.webrequest_extract_bak`)
 Year over year pageview comparison
For the following countries/sets of countries:
- India (March 28)?
(Exclude Singapore itself per T184677#4188563 ff.)