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visualisation is included as keyword or extra keyword in 0 datasets, 21 tools and 14 publications.


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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. English Wikipedia Treaty of Trianon History Flow.png
Listen to Wikipedia Web English JavaScript BSD License Listen to Wikipedia a visual and audio illustration of live editing activity on Wikipedia. Screen Shot Listen to Wikipedia.png
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. General hour activity-wikihaskell.png
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. Matrix-visualization-simplewiki.png
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 Python
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. Ok wikitrip screen 001 english cumulative.png
WikiEvidens Cross-platform English Python GPLv3 WikiEvidens is a visualization and statistical tool for wikis. Wikievidens0.0.6.png
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 0.5.jpg
WikiVis (UM) Cross-platform English Java Educational Community License
Version 2.0
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. WikiVis-UM-Logo.jpg
Wikimedia Statistics
Wikimedia counter Cross-platform Multilingual Python
GPL Wikimedia counter is a near real-time edit counter for all Wikimedia projects. Wikimedia projects edits counter 2010-04-16.png
Wikipedia Recent Changes Map Web English JavaScript Wikipedia Recent Changes Map is a web tool that displays a world map showing anonymous edits to Wikipedia, geolocated by IP.
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.


Title Author(s) Published in Language DateThis property is a special property in this wiki. Abstract R C
Art History on Wikipedia, a Macroscopic Observation Doron Goldfarb
Max Arends
Josef Froschauer
Dieter Merkl
ArXiv English 20 April 2013 How are articles about art historical actors interlinked within Wikipedia? Lead by this question, we seek an overview on the link structure of a domain specific subset of Wikipedia articles. We use an established domain-specific person name authority, the Getty Union List of Artist Names (ULAN), in order to externally identify relevant actors. Besides containing consistent biographical person data, this database also provides associative relationships between its person records, serving as a reference link structure for comparison. As a first step, we use mappings between the ULAN and English Dbpedia provided by the Virtual Internet Authority File (VIAF). This way, we are able to identify 18,002 relevant person articles. Examining the link structure between these resources reveals interesting insight about the high level structure of art historical knowledge as it is represented on Wikipedia. 4 1
Learning-Oriented Assessment of Wiki Contributions: How to Assess Wiki Contributions in a Higher Education Learning Setting Emilio J. Rodríguez-Posada
Juan Manuel Dodero-Beardo
Manuel Palomo-Duarte
Inmaculada Medina-Bulo
International Conference on Computer Supported Education English 2011 Computer-Supported Collaborative Learning based on wikis offers new ways of collaboration and encourages participation. When the number of contributions from students increases, traditional assessment procedures of e-learning settings suffer from scalability problems. In a wiki-based learning experience, some automatic tools are required to support the assessment of such great amounts of data. We have studied readily available analysis tools for the MediaWiki platform, that have complementary input, work modes and output. We comment our experience in two Higher Education courses, one using HistoryFlow and another using StatMediaWiki, and discuss the advantages and drawbacks of each system. 0 0
VisualWikiCurator: a corporate Wiki plugin Nicholas Kong
Gregorio Convertino
Benjamin Hanrahan
Ed Chi
CHI EA English 2011 0 0
ThinkFree: using a visual Wiki for IT knowledge management in a tertiary institution Christian Hirsch
John Hosking
John Grundy
Tim Chaffe
WikiSym English 2010 0 0
VikiBuilder: end-user specification and generation of visual wikis Christian Hirsch
John Hosking
John Grundy
ASE English 2010 0 0
FolksoViz: A Semantic Relation-Based Folksonomy Visualization Using the Wikipedia Corpus Kangpyo Lee
Hyunwoo Kim
Hyopil Shin
Hyoung-Joo Kim
SNPD English 2009 0 0
Rv you're dumb: identifying discarded work in Wiki article history Michael D. Ekstrand
John T. Riedl
WikiSym English 2009 0 1
Visualizing Intellectual Connections among Philosophers Using the Hyperlink & Semantic Data from Wikipedia Sofia J. Athenikos
Xia Lin
WikiSym English 2009 0 0
What's in Wikipedia?: mapping topics and conflict using socially annotated category structure Aniket Kittur
Ed H. Chi
Bongwon Suh
CHI English 2009 0 1
Folksoviz: a subsumption-based folksonomy visualization using wikipedia texts Kangpyo Lee
Hyunwoo Kim
Chungsu Jang
Hyoung-Joo Kim
World Wide Web English 2008 0 0
Visualizing Activity on Wikipedia with Chromograms Martin Wattenberg
Fernanda B. Viégas
Katherine Hollenbach
English 2007 To investigate how participants in peer production systems allocate their time, we examine editing activity on Wikipedia, the well-known online encyclopedia. To analyze the huge edit histories of the site’s administrators we introduce a visualization technique, the chromogram, that can display very long textual sequences through a simple color coding scheme. Using chromograms we describe a set of characteristic editing patterns. In addition to confirming known patterns, such reacting to vandalism events, we identify a distinct class of organized systematic activities. We discuss how both reactive and systematic strategies shed light on self-allocation of effort in Wikipedia, and how they may pertain to other peer-production systems. 0 0
Focused Access to Wikipedia Sigurbjornsson
De Rijke
Proceedings DIR-2006 2006 Wikipedia is a "free" online encyclopedia. It contains millions of entries in many languages and is growing at a fast pace. Due to its volume, search engines play an important role in giving access to the information in Wikipedia. The "free" availability of the collection makes it an attractive corpus for in formation retrieval experiments. In this paper we describe the evaluation of a searchengine that provides focused search access to Wikipedia, i.e., a search engine which gives direct access to individual sections of Wikipedia pages. The main contributions of this paper are twofold. First, we introduce Wikipedia as a test corpus for information retrieval experiments in general and for semi-structured retrieval in particular. Second, we demonstrate that focused XML retrieval methods can be applied to a wider range of problems than searching scientific journals in XML format, including accessing reference works. 0 0
Graphingwiki - a Semantic Wiki extension for visualising and inferring protocol dependency Juhani Eronen
Juha Röning
SemWiki English 2006 This paper introduces the Graphingwiki extension to MoinMoin Wiki. Graphingwiki enables the deepened analysis of the Wiki data by augmenting it with semantic data in a simple, practical and easy-to-use manner. Visualisation tools are used to clarify the resulting body of knowledge so that only the data essential for an usage scenario is displayed. Logic inference rules can be applied to the data to perform automated reasoning based on the data. Perceiving dependencies among network protocols presents an example use case of the framework. The use case was applied in practice in mapping effects of software vulnerabilities on critical infrastructures. 8 0
Studying cooperation and conflict between authors with history flow visualizations Fernanda B. Viégas
Martin Wattenberg
Kushal Dave
CHI English 2004 The Internet has fostered an unconventional and powerful style of collaboration: “wiki” web sites, where every visitor has the power to become an editor. In this paper we investigate the dynamics of Wikipedia, a prominent, thriving wiki. We make three contributions. First, we introduce a new exploratory data analysis tool, the history flow visualization, which is effective in revealing patterns within the wiki context and which we believe will be useful in other collaborative situations as well. Second, we discuss several collaboration patterns highlighted by this visualization tool and corroborate them with statistical analysis. Third, we discuss the implications of these patterns for the design and governance of online collaborative social spaces. We focus on the relevance of authorship, the value of community surveillance in ameliorating antisocial behavior, and how authors with competing perspectives negotiate their differences. 3 17
See also: List of visualization tools.