Wikipedia URLs

Sunbelt XXVII

Juergen Pfeffer's file

The file / local copy (ZIP 66 M) is a transformation of 659,388 files of the Wikipedia XML Corpus generated on November 19, 2006. The 16,582,425 arcs represent the hyperlinks between all articles.

Some derived files: (54 M) - compact Pajek representation (lists of neighbors) and names files (short, long, Wiki-number); (68 M) - network with triangular weights in links (7 hours of computation).

Selected pages/files on Wikipedia

  1. Wikipedia
  2. download enWiki
  3. Wikimedia/Data dumps
  4. Wikimedia/Research
  5. Wiki Research Bibliography
  6. [[Wikimetrics]] a wiki research blog
  7. F. Bellomi, R. Bonato: Network Analysis for Wikipedia
  8. F. Bellomi: Lexical authorities in an encyclopedic corpus
  9. Wikipedia Mining Project
  10. Jakob Voss: Measuring [[ Wikipedia ]] (slides)
  11. Jakob Voss: Workshop on Wikipedia Research (slides)
  12. WikiSym 2007
  13. Pierpaolo Dondio, Stephen Barrett, Stefan Weber, Jean-Marc Seigneur: Extracting Trust from Domain Analysis: a Case Study on Wikipedia Project
  14. Todd Holloway, Miran Božičević, Katy Börner: Analyzing and Visualizing the Semantic Coverage of Wikipedia and Its Authors
  15. Social network analysis and the Wikipedia (The Courier-Journal, Tuesday, December 27, 2005)
  16. Ulrike Pfeil, Panayiotis Zaphiris, Chee Siang Ang: Cultural Differences in Collaborative Authoring of Wikipedia
  17. Antonella Elia: An analysis of Wikipedia digital writing
  18. Sander Spek, Eric Postma, H. Jaap van den Herik: Wikipedia: organisation from a bottom-up approach
  19. Evgeniy Gabrilovich, Shaul Markovitch: Computing Semantic Relatedness using Wikipedia-based Explicit Semantic Analysis
  20. A. Capocci, V.D.P. Servedio, F. Colaiori, L.S. Buriol, D. Donato, S. Leonardi, G. Caldarelli: Preferential attachment in the growth of social networks: The internet encyclopedia Wikipedia
  21. Encyclopædia Britannica: Fatally Flawed - Refuting the recent study on encyclopedic accuracy by the journal Nature
  22. Jill Coffin: Analysis of open source principles in diverse collaborative communities, First Monday, volume 11, number 6 (June 2006)