Measuring Wikipedia: A hands-on tutorial

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Measuring Wikipedia: A hands-on tutorial is a 2009 conference paper written in English by De Alfaro L., Ortega F. and published in Proceedings of the 5th International Symposium on Wikis and Open Collaboration, WiKiSym 2009.

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This tutorial is an introduction to the best methodologies, tools and practices for Wikipedia research. The tutorial will be led by Luca de Alfaro (Wiki Lab at UCSC, California, USA) and Felipe Ortega (Libresoft, URJC, Madrid, Spain). Both cumulate several years of practical experience exploring and processing Wikipedia data [1], [2], [3]. As well, their respective research groups have led the development of two cutting-edge software tools (WikiTrust and WikiXRay), for analyzing Wikipedia. WikiTrust implements an author reputation system, and a text trust system, for wikis. WikiXRay is a tool automating the quantitative analysis of any language version of Wikipedia (in general, any wiki based on MediaWiki). Copyright

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