Article feedback/Research/November 2011

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Overview of AFT data volume as of November 2011[edit | edit source]

How many ratings do we collect on a single day?[edit | edit source]

We collect on average 36K unique ratings per day, see: this page for live data.

How many ratings do we collect per page view?[edit | edit source]

As of November 2011 on a single day on average 0.00017% of all page views to the entire English WIkipedia resulted in a rating being submitted. See this page for live data on pageview/rating conversion.

What are the most frequently rated articles and how many ratings do they get per day?[edit | edit source]

This is a list with live data on the most frequently rated articles of all time.

How many ratings does article X get per day?[edit | edit source]

You can display a timeline of daily ratings collected for any article of the English Wikipedia via this page.

How many articles get at least 1 rating per day?[edit | edit source]

On a high volume day (2011-10-18) 34,212 articles got rated at least once, that's 0.9% of all articles in the English Wikipedia. 99.1% of all enwiki articles get no ratings per day.

How many articles get at least 1 rating per week?[edit | edit source]

In a representative week (2011-10-17 and 2011-10-22), 167,641 articles got rated at least once, that's 4.4% of all articles in the English Wikipedia. 95.6% of enwiki articles never get rated in any given week.

How many articles never got rated?[edit | edit source]

As of November 3, 2011 1,029,636 enwiki articles got rated at least once since the launch of the AFT project in September 2010. That's 27.2% of all enwiki articles. 72.7% of all enwiki articles never got rated.