|Warning:||As of 2019-03-25 Wikimetrics is inoperative. See Phabricator task. Please use https://eventmetrics.wmflabs.org instead to get metrics for your event.|
Wikimetrics is a webtool (formerly known as UserMetrics) designed to simplify the measurement of on-site user activity based on a set of standardized metrics. Using this tool, different metrics can be selected and applied to an arbitrarily defined group of users (called a cohort) to measure their overall productivity, retention, quantity and quality of wiki work. The platform is language- and project-agnostic (it can retrieve data from any Wikimedia project), extensible (adding new metrics, modifying metric parameters) and designed to make data collection for various types of cohort analysis and program evaluation more user-friendly.
- How to use Wikimetrics
- Metric definition and background research
- End-user documentation
- Wikimetrics support mailing list
When updates are made to Wikimetrics, they will be announced on the Wikimetrics mailing list. This will typically occur on a Thursday following the Analytics Dev team showcase on a Tuesday when new features for Wikimetrics were presented at that showcase.
- Analytics/Wikimetrics/Stories - prioritized list of user stories for ongoing feature development