Hi all,
              I forgot to change the setting for pdf file, A little mistake
but sorry for that.Now anyone can see this survey :-)

Thank you and Regards

On Wed, Feb 2, 2011 at 5:47 PM, Gerard Meijssen
<gerard.meijs...@gmail.com>wrote:

> Hoi,
> I wanted to have a look but I learned that I need permission. You can allow
> the world to see without giving permission to change the document I am sure.
> Thanks,
>      GerardM
>
> On 2 February 2011 11:28, mayur <mayur...@gmail.com> wrote:
>
>> Hi all,
>>          I am mayur a hindi wikipedian.I have prepared a survey to
>> determine overall quality of a wikipedia project.Here is the link
>> https://docs.google.com/document/d/1IFphBpq14eMUjoBcy0wk-WWQNTQ5vxpq_o285DyrqvU/edit?hl=en
>>   for
>> survey report. Here is the Summary for that
>>
>>
>> *Why did we do that survey?*
>>
>> As we know there are lots of Indic wiki projects having different number
>> of active users and article. However we simply differentiate them on behalf
>> of number of articles or depth but that cannot give us an actual overall
>> growth of that project because many projects are simply bot generated as we
>> know about Nepal bhasha and Bishnupriya Manipuri Wikipedia. Simply a project
>> growth can be measured from its article quality and number of articles both.
>> A project having large no of articles having good quality of article has
>> grown faster.
>>
>>
>>
>> *How did we measure quality of a wiki project?*
>>
>> Quality of a wiki project is simply depends upon how many articles are
>> developed from their stubs root. Generally each article is started from a
>> stub. Now quality of the article mainly depends upon how much time it has
>> been edited and how many words are in it or how many long the article is? So
>> we choose different factor which directly affects the quality of article.
>> These are-
>>
>> 1)  *Nr. of good articles (Articles having size>2 KB)*
>>
>> Simply a project having more articles of size 2 KB has grown much in
>> comparison to another. But this alone cannot decide quality of a project
>> that’s why we included some another factors. We simply took the percentage
>> of articles having size greater than 2 KB. We gave a marking scale of 150 to
>> this.
>>
>> 2) *Nr. of Average articles (Articles having size>0.5 KB)*
>>
>> Simply to filter the stubs we choose this criteria, we gave marking scale
>> of 100 to this just less than above because article having size greater than
>> 2 KB reflects much growth in comparison to 0.5 KB article.
>>
>> 3) *Average number of words in an article*
>>
>> That was too tricky to calculate but we simply divided total number of
>> words in a project by total nr. of articles in it for a rough estimate. To
>> keep this in the marking scale of 100 we simply multiplied the output value
>> by 0.1 In our formula.
>>
>> 4) *Avg. size of article (KB)*
>>
>> That was also tricky to calculate but we simply divided total size of a
>> project by total nr. of articles in it for a rough estimate. To keep this in
>> the marking scale of 100 we simply multiplied the output value by 10 In our
>> formula.
>>
>> 5) *Main space edit per total nr. Of articles*
>>
>> That was also an important factor to know how frequently an article is
>> being edited for being updated. Output value was already on a scale of 100
>> so we did not multiply of divided that value.
>>
>> 6) *Total Edits/article*
>>
>> This is also an Important factor because it reflects how much extra edits
>> (that includes categorization, image uploads and some other similar factors)
>> are being performed in a wiki project. As Output value was already on a
>> scale of 100 so we did not multiply of divided that value.
>>
>> 7) *Bot edits*
>>
>> That was the most important factor because all the factor that we
>> discussed can be gained at high value by running bots like in Nepal bhasha
>> and Bishnupriya Manipuri Wikipedia. So we simply multiplied the overall
>> score by percentage non bot edits. However bots edits in some extant are
>> also a necessary part. So we just set the 50% bot edits as a cut off mark.
>> For A wiki having more than 50% of bot edits we simply multiplied total
>> score by (100-(bot edits if larger than 50%-50))
>>
>> *Formula for Quality factor = (R*0.1+Q*10+E+F*1.5+P+O)*(100-N)/100*
>>
>> *R- Average number of words in an article*
>>
>> *Q- Avg. size of article (KB)*
>>
>> *E- Article greater than 2kb*
>>
>> *F-* *Article greater than 0.5kb*
>>
>> *P-* *Total Edits/article*
>>
>> *O-* *Mainspace edit per total nr. Of articles*
>>
>> *N-* *Share of Bot edits (%)*
>>
>> * *
>>
>> *Overall  Score   =      Number of articles * Quality factor*
>>
>> * *
>>
>> * *
>>
>> **
>>
>> *Thank you and Regards*
>>
>> *Mayur*
>>
>>
>>
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