ⓘ Wikipedia categories named after organizations

                                     

ⓘ Wikipedia categories named after organizations

  • In 2019 the Spanish Wikipedia has 400 thousand unique categories and 5.79 of them do not have appropriate page in the category namespace. The average
  • English Wikipedia In 2019 the Russian Wikipedia has 469 thousand unique categories and 11.31 of them do not have appropriate page in the category namespace
  • In 2019 the Serbian Wikipedia has 59 thousand unique categories and 18.39 of them do not have appropriate page in the category namespace. The average
  • current categories often describe only one property e.g., nationality Other categories are subdivided, but differently from in the English Wikipedia For
  • organization funded primarily through donations. Wikipedia was launched on January 15, 2001, by Jimmy Wales and Larry Sanger. Sanger coined its name
  • English Wikipedia has 1.7 million unique categories The average article in this language version has 22 categories while number of unique categories per
  • categories most frequently absent in Wikipedia s drug articles are those of drug interactions and medication use in breastfeeding. Other categories with
  • Wikipedia began with its first edit on 15 January 2001, two days after the domain was registered by Jimmy Wales and Larry Sanger. Its technological and
  • and organizations I dislike and to see what interesting organizations which I am neutral towards are up to. He also wanted to give Wikipedia readers
  • following outline is provided as an overview of and topical guide to Wikipedia Wikipedia a free, web - based, collaborative and multilingual encyclopedia
  • consensus rather than fact modeled after the approval - by - consensus format of Wikipedia He ironically praised Wikipedia for following his philosophy of truthiness
  • Criticism of Wikipedia has been directed towards its content, its community of established users, and its processes. The principal content concerns of