Wikipedia: Statistics

Article

October 17, 2021

Wikipedia vs. other sites

The free online lexicon Wikipedia has a history of twenty-one years and is also comparable in size with other reference works. The website of the free online lexicon Wikipedia - wikipedia.org - is one of the ten most frequented Internet sites in the world, according to research by various Internet market research companies such as Alexa.com or comScore. Since the beginning of the 2010s, it has temporarily fallen from fifth place in the global ranking and since the end of 2015 it has only been in seventh place in some cases. In July 2017, the ranking rose again to 5th place worldwide and remained there until 2019. This was followed by a serious decline to 13th place at the beginning of 2021: Worldwide, according to comScore: 2009: June: 5th place Worldwide, according to data from Alexa.com: 2015: February: 6th place; December: 7th place 2016: March: 7th place; June: 6th place; July: 7th place; August: 7th place; November: 6th place 2017: January: 6th place; April: 5th place; July: 5th place; December 2017: 5th place 2018: March: 5th place; May: 5th place; November: 5th place; 2019: May: 5th place 2021: February: 13th place In German-speaking countries, Wikipedia also fell behind in both Germany and Austria and was only able to improve its place in Switzerland. Alexa.com currently registered the following ranking figures for Wikipedia in the D-A-CH countries: In Germany, according to data from Alexa.com (or 2011 from Nielsen NetRatings): 2008: November: 5th place 2011: September: 7th place 2015: February: 6th place; December: 7th place 2016: March: 7th place; Beginning to mid-July: 8th place; August: 7th place; November: 7th place 2018: March: 7th place; May: 7th place; November: 7th place 2019: May: 7th place 2021: February: 7th place In Austria, according to data from Alexa.com: 2008: November: 6th place 2014: October: 7th place 2015: December: 7th place 2016: March: 6th place; July: 7th place; August: 6th place; November: 6th place 2017: January: 6th place; April: 6th place; July: 6th place; December: 6th place 2018: March: 6th place; May: 6th place; November: 6th place 2019: May: 6th place 2021: February: 6th place In Switzerland, according to Alexa.com: 2008: November: 10th place 2014: October: 6th place 2015: December: 5th place 2016: March: 6th place; July: 5th place; August: 5th place; November: 5th place 2017: January: 5th place; April: 5th place; July: 5th place; December: 5th place 2018: March: 5th place; May: 5th place; November: 5th place 2019: May: 5th place 2021: February: 4th place

Comparison of different language versions of Wikipedia

The English language Wikipedia leads the series of Wikipedias with the most articles. All language versions can be found in the list of all Wikipedias. Wikistats 2 is the current script for evaluating the various language versions. Wikistats is a discontinued script that evaluates the SQL dumps of Wikipedia from over 80 different languages ​​and generates extensive statistics. The diagrams and tables are only updated at irregular intervals. The latest status is the publication of January 31, 2019 from the SQL dump of December 31, 2018. Based on the overview, the script offers, among other things, statistics on daily usage, a comparison of the number of articles, number of new registrations over time and graphics on growth of all or the most extensive Wikipedias. WikiStics provides, among other things, analyzes of the most frequently accessed language versions and the number of search queries (EN: WP) (database 8/2009 and 2016),

Statistics for a Wikipedia

Statistics for the German language Wikipedia

The short statistics contain, among other things, the current number of articles, pages, edits and users of the German-language Wikipedia. The flag statistics show how many articles and files have been flagged so far. Tables and diagrams for changing the number of authors (number ac

INSERT INTO `wiki_article`(`id`, `article_id`, `title`, `article`, `img_url`) VALUES ('NULL()','Wikipedia:Statistik','Wikipedia: Statistics','Tables and diagrams for changing the number of authors (number ac','')