Human vs Bot Edits per Class in Wikidata
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Welcome to the Human vs Bot Edits per Class in Wikidata dashboard.
This dashboard presents an overview of Human vs Bot editing in Wikidata.
The source of the data are the Wikidata JSON dump copy in the
WMF Data Lake
(see: wmf.wikidata_entity table), and the Wikidata MediaWiki revision history
(see: wmf.mediawiki_history table). All reported statistics refer to Wikidata classes.
We first study the revision history of Wikidata and count the number of edits per item, per class. Then we derive the percent of items that were ever touched by a human editor per class, the ratio of human to bot edits per class, the median number of unique human editors per class, and other statistics as well. All of them are reported in the table below the charts on this page. The legends below each chart are there to help their interpreation.
Note. The counts of item edits across the classes are not cumulative in a sense of counting across all the members of the class' subclasses (i.e. "item in class" here means P31 (Instance Of) exclusively)
The reference Phabricator ticket for this dashboard is https://phabricator.wikimedia.org/T187393.
The distribution of the Human to Bot ratio statistic across the Wikidata classes. The horizontal axis represents the logarithm of the human to bot ratio: the number of human edits divided by the number of bot edits in the respective Wikidata class. Because we use logarithmic scaling, any value of this statistics lower than zero - indicated by a dashed, vertical line in the chart - represents a human to bot ratio lesser than one, i.e. classes with a higher number of bot edits relative to human edits. Wikidata classes where there were no human or no bot edits at all are exluded.
The distribution of the Median Unique Human Editors per Wikidata Class.
The statistic is calculated as following: we first count the number of unique human editors for each Wikidata item, and then take the median of that number in each Wikidata class. The distribution of the median number of unique human editors per class is then binned and represented in the logarithmic space on this chart. The point labels report the bins alongside the exact counts.
The Distribution of the Proportion of Human Edits per Wikidata Class.
This is the distribution of HumanEdits/(HumanEdits + BotEdits) per Wikidata class. The value
ranges between 0 and 1.
The Distribution of Edits per Wikidata Class.
This is the distribution of Total Edits == Human Edits + Bot Edits per Wikidata class. The distributin is
first binned across the hand-picked (pseudo-logarithmic) intervals and then charted as it is. The data point labels indicate the number of Wikidata classes falling in the bin represented on the horizontal axis.
Human vs Bot Edits Statistics
Human vs Bot Edits in Wikidata: Statistics. The columns are: Class: Wikidata class, Label: Wikidata (en) label, Items: the number of items in this class, Human Edited Items: the number of items ever edited by a human editor in this class, % Items Touched: the percent of items ever edited by a human editor in this class, Median Unique Editors: the median number of unique human editors per item, per class, Human Edits: the number of human edits made in this class so far, Bot Edits: the number of bot edits made in this class so far, Total Edits: total edits in this class so far, Human/Bot Edits Ratio: the ratio of the number of human vs bot edits in this class, % Human Edits: the percent of human edits in this class, % Bot Edits: the percent of bot edits in this class.
Contact: Goran S. Milovanovic, Data Scientist, WMDE