Talk:Analytics/AQS/Wikistats 2/DataQuality/VettingPerProjectFamilies

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Some suggestions:

  • Let's Add an abstract section that explains our findings concisely
  • Let's be specific with dates, what date this the vetting happen and with what snapshot was it calculated
  • Let's define what we are talking about when we say project families and possibly link to announcement in wikitech
  • Let's explain why "mediawiki" might not be a project family
  • Let's outline the metrics we are vetting and let's link to the wikistats pages in meta, if metrics are not available let's have a section explicitly about that and possibly link to the tickets in question
  • Let's have a summary section that "sums up" findings so people do not need to read the whole report to get an idea of the expected differences.

Graphs:

  • Edits: early numbers before 2002 distort graph, let's make one graph for "before 2002" and after. Dig a little to see why differences are so big, I thought data did not go so far? Ditto for "Total article count" we need two graphs, one that explores when differences were big and a second one.
  • Please label Y axis with "difference as a percentage " should be clear how is percentage calculated is wikistats1 always higher or is wikistats2 higher? Y label should be the same on all graphs. Right now labels are different per graph.
  • Let's link to wikistats metric pages so it is clear what metrics are we talking about