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  1. Opinions, conflicts and consensus: modeling social dynamics in a collaborative environment‏‎ (18 categories)
  2. Visualization of large category hierarchies‏‎ (17 categories)
  3. Analysis of community structure in Wikipedia‏‎ (17 categories)
  4. Visualizing author contribution statistics in Wikis using an edit significance metric‏‎ (17 categories)
  5. Wikipedia world map: Method and application of map-like wiki visualization‏‎ (17 categories)
  6. Map-like Wikipedia overview visualization‏‎ (17 categories)
  7. Visualizing co-authorship networks in online Wikipedia‏‎ (17 categories)
  8. Community-based knowledge production: antecedents of product quality in Wikipedia‏‎ (17 categories)
  9. Wikipedia category visualization using radial layout‏‎ (17 categories)
  10. Jointly they edit: Examining the impact of community identification on political interaction in Wikipedia‏‎ (17 categories)
  11. What did they do? Deriving high-level edit histories in wikis‏‎ (17 categories)
  12. A method for category similarity calculation in wikis‏‎ (17 categories)
  13. A method for measuring co-authorship relationships in MediaWiki‏‎ (17 categories)
  14. An analysis of open content systems‏‎ (17 categories)
  15. Wikis as digital ecosystems: an analysis based on authorship‏‎ (17 categories)
  16. Circadian patterns of Wikipedia editorial activity: A demographic analysis‏‎ (16 categories)
  17. Determinants of Wikipedia quality: the roles of global and local contribution inequality‏‎ (16 categories)
  18. A practical approach to language complexity: a Wikipedia case study‏‎ (16 categories)
  19. Social capital increases efficiency of collaboration among Wikipedia‏‎ (16 categories)
  20. Ontology learning from text: a look back and into the future‏‎ (16 categories)
  21. Does reputation matter for open content systems?‏‎ (16 categories)
  22. Surviving Wikipedia: improving student search habits through information literacy and teacher collaboration‏‎ (16 categories)
  23. Edit wars in Wikipedia‏‎ (16 categories)
  24. Characterization and prediction of Wikipedia edit wars‏‎ (16 categories)
  25. Dynamics of conflicts in Wikipedia‏‎ (16 categories)
  26. What have Innsbruck and Leipzig in common? Extracting semantic from wiki content‏‎ (16 categories)
  27. Wisdom of the crowds: decentralized knowledge construction in Wikipedia‏‎ (16 categories)
  28. Negotiating the role of sources: educators' conceptions of credibility in participatory media‏‎ (15 categories)
  29. Wikipedia − Störfaktor oder Impulsgeber für die Lehre?‏‎ (13 categories)
  30. There is no deadline - time evolution of Wikipedia discussions‏‎ (12 categories)
  31. WP:Clubhouse? An exploration of Wikipedia's gender imbalance‏‎ (12 categories)
  32. Wikipedia - a quantitative analysis‏‎ (11 categories)
  33. Credibility judgment and verification behavior of college students concerning Wikipedia‏‎ (10 categories)
  34. Emotions and dialogue in a peer-production community: the case of Wikipedia‏‎ (10 categories)
  35. Debating Information Control in Web 2.0. The Case of Wikipedia vs. Citizendium‏‎ (10 categories)
  36. A multimethod study of information quality in wiki collaboration‏‎ (9 categories)
  37. Clustering of scientific citations in Wikipedia‏‎ (9 categories)
  38. Forced transparency: corporate image on Wikipedia and what it means for public relations‏‎ (9 categories)
  39. Putting Wikipedia to the test: a case study‏‎ (9 categories)
  40. Is Wikipedia unsuitable as a clinical information resource for medical students?‏‎ (9 categories)
  41. The distorted mirror of Wikipedia: a quantitative analysis of Wikipedia coverage of academics‏‎ (9 categories)
  42. When the Wikipedians talk: network and tree structure of Wikipedia discussion pages‏‎ (9 categories)
  43. Stigmergic collaboration: The evolution of group work‏‎ (9 categories)
  44. Voluntary engagement in an open web-based encyclopedia: Wikipedians and why they do it‏‎ (8 categories)
  45. Seeking health information online: does Wikipedia matter?‏‎ (8 categories)
  46. A cultural and political economy of Web 2.0‏‎ (8 categories)
  47. What is the quality of surgery-related information on the Internet? Lessons learned from a standardized evaluation of 10 common operations‏‎ (8 categories)
  48. The work of sustaining order in Wikipedia: the banning of a vandal‏‎ (8 categories)
  49. Co-authorship 2.0: patterns of collaboration in Wikipedia‏‎ (8 categories)
  50. Mass collaboration or mass amateurism? A comparative study on the quality of scientific information produced using Wiki tools and concepts‏‎ (8 categories)

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