Property:Data source

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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.


Unique values:

  Collected datatype
A semantic approach for question classification using WordNet and Wikipedia
Adaptive indexing for content-based search in P2P systems
An evaluation of medical knowledge contained in Wikipedia and its use in the LOINC database
Building semantic kernels for text classification using Wikipedia
Computing semantic relatedness using Wikipedia-based explicit semantic analysis
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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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