Awesome analysis. Thanks!

Can you put together a quick breakdown of zero-results per-wiki, e.g.
enwiki zero results rate is X%, dewiki zero results rate is Y%, before and
after our changes? Would be great to have that for the presentation!

Thanks,
Dan

On 26 August 2015 at 17:21, Trey Jones <tjo...@wikimedia.org> wrote:

> Hey everyone,
>
> I've re-run my "big" wiki zero result rate numbers to see what has changed
> in the last month. The results are here:
>
>
> https://www.mediawiki.org/wiki/User:TJones_(WMF)/Notes/Survey_of_Zero-Results_Queries#One_Month_Followup
>
> Since I was only looking at the big 52 wikis (100K+ articles), the zero
> results rate is under 20% (good news), but it hasn't gone down in a month
> (bad news).
>
> I looked very briefly at the full text zero results rate for the rest of
> the wikis for yesterday. That zero results rate was 56.6%! Lots of hits
> from wikidata and itwiki-things! There were some DOI queries, but none of
> the other usual suspects.
>
> —Trey
>
> Trey Jones
> Software Engineer, Discovery
> Wikimedia Foundation
>
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