List of visualization tools
- See also: List of tools.
This is a list of visualization tools available in WikiPapers. Currently, there are 22 tools of this type.
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|Tool||Operating System(s)||Language(s)||Programming language(s)||License||Description||Image|
|HistoryFlow||Windows||English||HistoryFlow is a tool for visualizing dynamic, evolving documents and the interactions of multiple collaborating authors. In its current implementation, history flow is being used to visualize the evolutionary history of wiki pages on Wikipedia.|
|StatMediaWiki||GNU/Linux||English||Python||GPLv3||StatMediaWiki is a project that aims to create a tool to collect and aggregate information available in a MediaWiki installation. Results are static HTML pages including tables and graphics that can help to analyze the wiki status and development, or a CSV file for custom processing.|
|Wiki Category Matrix Visualization||Cross-platform||English||Java||Educational Community License||Wiki Category Matrix Visualization is a tool that generates a visual representation of data sizes across topics of a multi-level category hierarchy in matrix form. It provides a "big picture" overview of topics in terms of categorization.|
|Wiki Explorator||Ruby||Wiki Explorator is a ruby library for scientific research on wikis (and other CMS, focus: MediaWiki) for interactive exploration, statistics and visualization of (network) data.|
|Wiki Trip allows to have a trip in the process of creation of any Wikipedia page from any language edition of Wikipedia. WikiTrip is an interactive web tool empowering its users by providing an insightful visualization of two kinds of information about the Wikipedians who edited the selected page: their location in the world and their gender.|
|Wikichron||Cross-platform||English||Python||Affero GPL (code)||WikiChron is a web tool for the analysis and visualization of the evolution of wiki online communities. It uses processed data of the history dumps of mediawiki wikis, computes different metrics on this data and plot it in interactive graphs. It allows to compare different wikis in the same graphs.
This tool will serve investigators in the task of inspecting the behavior of collaborative online communities, in particular wikis, and generate research hypotheses for further and deeper studies. WikiChron has been thought to be very easy to use and highly interactive from the very first beginning. It comes with a bunch of already downloaded and processed wikis from Wikia (but any MediaWiki wiki is supported), and with more than thirty metrics to visualize and compare between wikis.
Moreover, it can be useful in the case of wiki administrators who want to see, analyze and compare how the activity on their wikis is going.WikiChron is available online here: http://wikichron.science
|WikiEvidens||Cross-platform||English||Python||GPLv3||WikiEvidens is a visualization and statistical tool for wikis.|
|WikiNavMap||WikiNavMap visualises the tickets, wiki pages and milestones in the Trac environment.|
|WikiTracer||English||WikiTracer is a web service providing platform-independent analytics and comparative growth statistics for wikis.|
|WikiVis (FH-KL)||Java||GPL||WikiVis (FH-KL) WikiVis is a tool to analyze Wikipedia based on several aspects. The main objective is to visualize the conclusions of this examination, which focuses on the editing frequency and relevance of articles and categories as well as the activity of users.|
|WikiVis (UM)||Cross-platform||English||Java||Educational Community License
|WikiVis (UM) provides an interactive visualization of the Wikipedia information space, primarily as a means of navigating the category hierarchy as well as the article network. The project is implemented in Java, utilizing the Java 3D package.|
|GPL||Wikimedia counter is a near real-time edit counter for all Wikimedia projects.|
|WikipediaVision||Web||English||WikipediaVision is a web-based tool that shows anonymous edits to Wikipedia (almost) in real-time.|
|Wikistream||English||Wikistream is a web that shows the stream of changes in Wikimedia projects, in real-time.|
|Wikiswarm||Cross-platform||English||Java||Wikiswarm generates code_swarm event logs from the Wikipedia API.|
|Wikitweets||Wikitweets is a visualization of how Wikipedia is cited on Twitter.|
|Wmcharts||wmcharts are a set of graphs about Wikimedia projects.|