Wikipedia research and tools: Review and comments

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Wikipedia research and tools: Review and comments is an 2011 unpublished work written in English by Finn Årup Nielsen.

[edit] Abstract

I here give an overview of Wikipedia and wiki research and tools. Well over 1,000 reports have been published in the field and there exist dedicated scientific meetings for Wikipedia research. It is not possible to give a complete review of all material published. This overview serves to describe some key areas of research. The present version is a working draft.

[edit] References

This publication has 36 references. Only those references related to wikis are included here:

  • "Wikisurgery? internal validity of Wikipedia as a medical and surgical reference" (create it!) [search]
  • "Wikipedia information on surgical procedures generally accurate" (create it!) [search]
  • "German Wikipedia outranks traditional encyclopedia's online version" (create it!) [search]
  • "Patient-oriented cancer information on the internet: a comparison of Wikipedia and a professionally maintained database" (create it!) [search]
  • "Accuracy of cancer information on the internet: A comparison of a wiki with a professionally maintained database" (create it!) [search]
  • "Wikipedia and osteosarcoma: a trustworthy patients' information" (create it!) [search]
  • "Reputation und Wikipedia: von Einfluss, Anerkennung und Vergleichen" (create it!) [search]
  • "'Wikipedia vandals' strike again in Norman Wisdom obits" (create it!) [search]
  • "Philosophy democratized? a comparison between Wikipedia and two other Web-based philosophy resources" (create it!) [search]
  • "A comparison of world wide web resources for identifying medical information" (create it!) [search]
  • "What's on Wikipedia, and what's not..? assessing completeness of information" (create it!) [search]
  • "The quality of scientific articles on the English Wikipedia" (create it!) [search]
  • "What's in Wikipedia? mapping topics and conflicts using socially annotated category structure" (create it!) [search]

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