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Wikimedia Portal Traffic and Clickthrough Rate by Geography

This dashboard shows where portal users come from each day, displaying the number of events, number of visits and the number of sessions sampled according to our WikipediaPortal schema at a 1:200 rate. This dashboard also tracks the proportion of events/visits/sessions to the portal that end in a click through to one of our projects - via search or via one of the links. This is expressed as a percentage - so a value of “39.4” means that 39.4% of visits end in a clickthrough.

Notes

  • This dashboard is aim to expand the “other” countries display in the current Portal Dashboard to reflect more data that we're interested in seeing. See T138107 for more details.
  • Broadly-speaking, it's worth noting that (as with all data based on JavaScript logging) the code that gathers this information requires a certain amount of browser capabilities to function. It's probably not going to work on 10 year old Nokia brick phones, and so the data will be biased against users using those kinds of devices.
  • On 28 June 2016 our Event Logging system started recording a finer view of U.S. traffic, breaking it down into 5 regions:
    • Northeast Region
      • New England Division: Connecticut, Maine, Massachusetts, New Hampshire, Rhode Island and Vermont
      • Middle Atlantic Division: New Jersey, New York and Pennsylvania
    • Midwest Region
      • East North Central Division: Illinois, Indiana, Michigan, Ohio and Wisconsin
      • West North Central Division: Iowa, Kansas, Minnesota, Missouri, Nebraska, North Dakota and South Dakota
    • South Region
      • South Atlantic Division: Delaware, District of Columbia, Florida, Georgia, Maryland, North Carolina, South Carolina, Virginia and West Virginia
      • East South Central Division: Alabama, Kentucky, Mississippi and Tennessee
      • West South Central Division: Arkansas, Louisiana, Oklahoma and Texas
    • West Region
      • Mountain Division: Arizona, Colorado, Idaho, Montana, Nevada, New Mexico, Utah and Wyoming
    • Pacific Region
      • Alaska, California, Hawaii, Oregon and Washington
    • Other
      • American Samoa, Guam, Northern Mariana Islands, Puerto Rico and Virgin Islands, U.S.
  • The overall clickthrough rate presented here is the proportion of click events over the total number of landing events. The clickthrough rate per visit is the proportion of landing events that end in at least one click through. The clickthrough rate per session is the proportion of sessions that end in at least one click through. By design, a single session is at least 15 minutes but can last indefinitely. For example: a single session can last for hours if the “user” (e.g. a computer in a public library) keeps returning to the page before the 15 minute expiration time, thus resetting the timer; and if that single session has 1000 page visits and 500 clicks, then all 1500 of those events will be used in the calculation of the overall clickthrough rate.

Outages and inaccuracies

  • 13 September 2016: Added event logging of language-switching, causing some events to flow into old table and some events to flow into the new table. See T143149 for more details.

Questions, bug reports, and feature suggestions

For technical, non-bug questions, email Mikhail. If you experience a bug or notice something wrong or have a suggestion, open a ticket in Phabricator in the Discovery board or email Deb.


Link to this dashboard: http://discovery-experimental.wmflabs.org/poultry/#all_country

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Breakdown of Wikipedia Portal Visitors' First Visit by Geography

This dashboard shows the geographical breakdown at first visit action and ignores any subsequent visits the user may have made. The actions are:

  1. No action: Not taking any action on the page.
  2. Other projects: clicking the links to Wiktionary, Wikisource, etc. on the bottom of the page.
  3. Primary links: the prominent links to languages around the globe.
  4. Search: using the Search box and button.
  5. Other languages: using the “Other languages” links near the bottom of the page which take you to a list of Wikipedias.
  6. Secondary links: the less-prominent plaintext links to languages.

The values are expressed as numbers (sampled at a 1:200 rate) and as percentages - so if a country has the value “61.3” for search action, then in first visits, 61.3% of all searches are done by users from this country.

Notes

  • This dashboard is aim to expand the “other” countries display in the current Portal Dashboard to reflect more data that we're interested in seeing. See T138107 for more details.
  • Broadly-speaking, it's worth noting that (as with all data based on JavaScript logging) the code that gathers this information requires a certain amount of browser capabilities to function. It's probably not going to work on 10 year old Nokia brick phones, and so the data will be biased against users using those kinds of devices.
  • On 28 June 2016 our Event Logging system started recording a finer view of U.S. traffic, breaking it down into 5 regions:
    • Northeast Region
      • New England Division: Connecticut, Maine, Massachusetts, New Hampshire, Rhode Island and Vermont
      • Middle Atlantic Division: New Jersey, New York and Pennsylvania
    • Midwest Region
      • East North Central Division: Illinois, Indiana, Michigan, Ohio and Wisconsin
      • West North Central Division: Iowa, Kansas, Minnesota, Missouri, Nebraska, North Dakota and South Dakota
    • South Region
      • South Atlantic Division: Delaware, District of Columbia, Florida, Georgia, Maryland, North Carolina, South Carolina, Virginia and West Virginia
      • East South Central Division: Alabama, Kentucky, Mississippi and Tennessee
      • West South Central Division: Arkansas, Louisiana, Oklahoma and Texas
    • West Region
      • Mountain Division: Arizona, Colorado, Idaho, Montana, Nevada, New Mexico, Utah and Wyoming
    • Pacific Region
      • Alaska, California, Hawaii, Oregon and Washington
    • Other
      • American Samoa, Guam, Northern Mariana Islands, Puerto Rico and Virgin Islands, U.S.

Outages and inaccuracies

  • 13 September 2016: Added event logging of language-switching, causing some events to flow into old table and some events to flow into the new table. See T143149 for more details.

Questions, bug reports, and feature suggestions

For technical, non-bug questions, email Mikhail. If you experience a bug or notice something wrong or have a suggestion, open a ticket in Phabricator in the Discovery board or email Deb.


Link to this dashboard: http://discovery-experimental.wmflabs.org/poultry/#first_visits_by_country

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Breakdown of Users' Last Actions on the Wikipedia Portal by Geography

This dashboard breaks users' last actions at each session down by geography. The actions are:

  1. No action: Not taking any action on the page.
  2. Other projects: clicking the links to Wiktionary, Wikisource, etc. on the bottom of the page.
  3. Primary links: the prominent links to languages around the globe.
  4. Search: using the Search box and button.
  5. Other languages: using the “Other languages” links near the bottom of the page which take you to a list of Wikipedias.
  6. Secondary links: the less-prominent plaintext links to languages.

The values are expressed as numbers (sampled at a 1:200 rate) and as percentages - so if a country has the value “61.3” for search action, then 61.3% of all searches are done as last actions by users from this country.

Notes

  • This dashboard is aim to expand the “other” countries display in the current Portal Dashboard to reflect more data that we're interested in seeing. See T138107 for more details.
  • Broadly-speaking, it's worth noting that (as with all data based on JavaScript logging) the code that gathers this information requires a certain amount of browser capabilities to function. It's probably not going to work on 10 year old Nokia brick phones, and so the data will be biased against users using those kinds of devices.
  • On 28 June 2016 our Event Logging system started recording a finer view of U.S. traffic, breaking it down into 5 regions:
    • Northeast Region
      • New England Division: Connecticut, Maine, Massachusetts, New Hampshire, Rhode Island and Vermont
      • Middle Atlantic Division: New Jersey, New York and Pennsylvania
    • Midwest Region
      • East North Central Division: Illinois, Indiana, Michigan, Ohio and Wisconsin
      • West North Central Division: Iowa, Kansas, Minnesota, Missouri, Nebraska, North Dakota and South Dakota
    • South Region
      • South Atlantic Division: Delaware, District of Columbia, Florida, Georgia, Maryland, North Carolina, South Carolina, Virginia and West Virginia
      • East South Central Division: Alabama, Kentucky, Mississippi and Tennessee
      • West South Central Division: Arkansas, Louisiana, Oklahoma and Texas
    • West Region
      • Mountain Division: Arizona, Colorado, Idaho, Montana, Nevada, New Mexico, Utah and Wyoming
    • Pacific Region
      • Alaska, California, Hawaii, Oregon and Washington
    • Other
      • American Samoa, Guam, Northern Mariana Islands, Puerto Rico and Virgin Islands, U.S.

Outages and inaccuracies

  • 13 September 2016: Added event logging of language-switching, causing some events to flow into old table and some events to flow into the new table. See T143149 for more details.

Questions, bug reports, and feature suggestions

For technical, non-bug questions, email Mikhail. If you experience a bug or notice something wrong or have a suggestion, open a ticket in Phabricator in the Discovery board or email Deb.


Link to this dashboard: http://discovery-experimental.wmflabs.org/poultry/#last_action_by_country

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Breakdown of Most Common Section Clicked on per Visit on the Wikipedia Portal by Geography

This dashboard shows the most common clicked section per visit. Our analyses showed that any one session can have multiple visits and each visit can have multiple clicks associated with it. This shows us (for each section) the number/proportion of visits in which that section was the most commonly clicked on. The sections are:

  1. No action: Not taking any action on the page.
  2. Other projects: clicking the links to Wiktionary, Wikisource, etc. on the bottom of the page.
  3. Primary links: the prominent links to languages around the globe.
  4. Search: using the Search box and button.
  5. Other languages: using the “Other languages” links near the bottom of the page which take you to a list of Wikipedias.
  6. Secondary links: the less-prominent plaintext links to languages.

The values are expressed as numbers (sampled at a 1:200 rate) and as percentages - so if a country has the value “61.3” for search section, then 61.3% of all visits (in which search section was the most commonly clicked on) are from users in this country.

Notes

  • This dashboard is aim to expand the “other” countries display in the current Portal Dashboard to reflect more data that we're interested in seeing. See T138107 for more details.
  • Broadly-speaking, it's worth noting that (as with all data based on JavaScript logging) the code that gathers this information requires a certain amount of browser capabilities to function. It's probably not going to work on 10 year old Nokia brick phones, and so the data will be biased against users using those kinds of devices.
  • On 28 June 2016 our Event Logging system started recording a finer view of U.S. traffic, breaking it down into 5 regions:
    • Northeast Region
      • New England Division: Connecticut, Maine, Massachusetts, New Hampshire, Rhode Island and Vermont
      • Middle Atlantic Division: New Jersey, New York and Pennsylvania
    • Midwest Region
      • East North Central Division: Illinois, Indiana, Michigan, Ohio and Wisconsin
      • West North Central Division: Iowa, Kansas, Minnesota, Missouri, Nebraska, North Dakota and South Dakota
    • South Region
      • South Atlantic Division: Delaware, District of Columbia, Florida, Georgia, Maryland, North Carolina, South Carolina, Virginia and West Virginia
      • East South Central Division: Alabama, Kentucky, Mississippi and Tennessee
      • West South Central Division: Arkansas, Louisiana, Oklahoma and Texas
    • West Region
      • Mountain Division: Arizona, Colorado, Idaho, Montana, Nevada, New Mexico, Utah and Wyoming
    • Pacific Region
      • Alaska, California, Hawaii, Oregon and Washington
    • Other
      • American Samoa, Guam, Northern Mariana Islands, Puerto Rico and Virgin Islands, U.S.

Outages and inaccuracies

  • 13 September 2016: Added event logging of language-switching, causing some events to flow into old table and some events to flow into the new table. See T143149 for more details.

Questions, bug reports, and feature suggestions

For technical, non-bug questions, email Mikhail. If you experience a bug or notice something wrong or have a suggestion, open a ticket in Phabricator in the Discovery board or email Deb.


Link to this dashboard: http://discovery-experimental.wmflabs.org/poultry/#most_common_by_country