Collected datatype is the nature of the collected data. The possible values are:
- Archival records: Any kind of data that has been recorded or stored prior to the commencement of the study. In particular, this includes secondary datasets.
- Computer usage logs: Logs that track computer or Internet usage, such as webpage browsing logs and search logs.
- Direct observation: Direct live observation of peoples' behaviours. In the context of Wikipedia research, this does not include reading of community activities as documented on various pages on the website; these would fall under "Wikipedia pages".
- Interview responses: Synchronous interviews of live persons, whether face-to-face, online, by telephone, or by other means.
- Simulation results: Results of a computer simulation.
- Survey responses: Questionnaire sent out for respondents, whether online, by mail, or by telephone.
- Documents: Other documents not included in the other categories.
- Websites: Any website data other than Wikipedia, though Wikipedia may be one among others.
- Experiment responses: An experiment set up under controlled conditions to investigate a particular phenomenon while minimizing potentially confounding factors.
- Scholarly articles: Search and aggregation of articles in a scholarly literature review.
- Wikipedia pages: Any kind of page from any namespace of Wikipedia.
Pages using the property "Data source"
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|'Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia' as a role model? Lessons for open innovation from an exploratory examination of the supposedly democratic-anarchic nature of Wikipedia +||Interview responses +|
|A 'resource review' of Wikipedia +||Wikipedia pages +|
|A Persian web page classifier applying a combination of content-based and context-based features +||Experiment responses +, Wikipedia pages +|
|A Wikipedia literature review +||Scholarly articles +|
|A Wikipedia matching approach to contextual advertising +||Experiment responses +, Wikipedia pages +|
|A comparison of World Wide Web resources for identifying medical information +||Experiment responses +, Websites +|
|A comparison of privacy issues in collaborative workspaces and social networks +||N/A +|
|A content-driven reputation system for the Wikipedia +||Wikipedia pages +|
|A cultural and political economy of Web 2.0 +||Websites +|
|A data-driven sketch of Wikipedia editors +||Computer usage logs +|
|A five-year study of on-campus Internet use by undergraduate biomedical students +||Computer usage logs +|
|A framework for information quality assessment +||Wikipedia pages +|
|A knowledge-based search engine powered by Wikipedia +||Computer usage logs +, Direct observation +, Experiment responses +, …|
|A multimethod study of information quality in wiki collaboration +||Interview responses +, Wikipedia pages +|
|A negative category based approach for Wikipedia document classification +||Experiment responses +, Wikipedia pages +|
|A new year, a new Internet +||N/A +|
|A request for help to improve the coverage of the NHS and UK healthcare issues on Wikipedia +||N/A +|
|A semantic approach for question classification using WordNet and Wikipedia +||Experiment responses +, Archival records +, Wikipedia pages +|
|A systemic and cognitive view on collaborative knowledge building with wikis +||Wikipedia pages +|
|A tale of two tasks: editing in the era of digital literacies +||Wikipedia pages +|
|A utility for estimating the relative contributions of wiki authors +||Wikipedia pages +|
|Academics and Wikipedia: reframing Web 2.0 as a disruptor of traditional academic power-knowledge arrangements +||Survey responses +|
|Accelerating networks +||Wikipedia pages +|
|Access, claims and quality on the Internet - future challenges +||Websites +|
|Accuracy estimate and optimization techniques for SimRank computation +||Wikipedia pages +|
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