The data as it was sent to us via comscore can be found here:
(caveats are many as years go by data is less and less representative)
On Sun, Mar 11, 2018 at 6:02 PM, Tilman Bayer <tba...@wikimedia.org> wrote:
> The old report card at https://reportcard.wmflabs.org also included
> historical unique visitors data from comScore (at https://reportcard.
> wmflabs.org/graphs/unique_visitors ; the global number was one of WMF's
> core metrics for many years, being highlighted e.g. in our monthly reports,
> and IIRC that report card dashboard also included regional numbers).
> Have we preserved this data somewhere?
> On Fri, Apr 7, 2017 at 11:30 AM, Nuria Ruiz <nu...@wikimedia.org> wrote:
>> The Analytics team would like to announce that we have migrated the
>> reportcard to a new domain:
>> The migrated reportcard includes both legacy and current pageview data,
>> daily unique devices and new editors data. Pageview and devices data is
>> updated daily but editor data is still updated ad-hoc.
>> The team is working at this time on revamping the way we compute edit
>> data and we hope to be able to provide monthly updates for the main edit
>> metrics this quarter. Some of those will be visible in the reportcard but
>> the new wikistats will have more detailed reports.
>> You can follow the new wikistats project here: https://phabricator.wiki
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