A Platform for Visually Exploring the Development of Wikipedia Articles
|A Platform for Visually Exploring the Development of Wikipedia Articles|
|Author(s)||Erik Borra, David Laniado, Esther Weltevrede, Michele Mauri, Giovanni Magni, Tommaso Venturini, Paolo Ciuccarelli, Richard Rogers, Andreas Kaltenbrunner|
|Published in||ICWSM '15 - 9th International AAAI Conference on Web and Social Media|
|Keyword(s)||Unknown (Extra: Wikipedia, Contropedia, Controversy, tool, data visualization)|
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A Platform for Visually Exploring the Development of Wikipedia Articles is a 2015 conference paper written in English by Erik Borra, David Laniado, Esther Weltevrede, Michele Mauri, Giovanni Magni, Tommaso Venturini, Paolo Ciuccarelli, Richard Rogers, Andreas Kaltenbrunner and published in ICWSM '15 - 9th International AAAI Conference on Web and Social Media.
When looking for information on Wikipedia, Internet users generally just read the latest version of an article. However, in its back-end there is much more: associated to each article are the edit history and talk pages, which together entail its full evolution. These spaces can typically reach thousands of contributions, and it is not trivial to make sense of them by manual inspection. This issue also affects Wikipedians, especially the less experienced ones, and constitutes a barrier for new editor engagement and retention. To address these limitations, Contropedia offers its users unprecedented access to the development of an article, using wiki links as focal points.
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