Upcoming Research Newsletter: New Papers Open For Review

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Upcoming Research Newsletter: New Papers Open For Review

Mohammed Sadat Abdulai
 Hi everyone,
We’re preparing for the February 2019 research newsletter and looking for contributors. Please take a look at https://etherpad.wikimedia.org/p/WRN201902 and add your name next to any paper you are interested in covering. Our target publication date is on February 28 UTC. If you can't make this deadline but would like to cover a particular paper in the subsequent issue, leave a note next to the paper's entry in the etherpad. As usual, short notes and one-paragraph reviews are most welcome.
Highlights from this month:
   - "Anonymous calling": The WikiScanner scandals and anonymity on the Japanese Wikipedia  

   - A Historical Perspective on Information Systems: A Tool and Methodology for Studying the Evolution of Social Representations on Wikipedia  

   - An inferior source? Quantitatively analysing the production and revision of five technology-enhanced learning-related terms on Wikipedia  

   - Analysis of the Influence of Internet TV Station on Wikipedia Page Views  

   - Application of SEO Metrics to Determine the Quality of Wikipedia Articles and Their Sources  

   - Asthma Information Seeking via Wikipedia Between 2015 and 2018: Implications for Awareness Promotion  

   - Can deep learning techniques improve classification performance of vandalism detection in Wikipedia?  

   - Feature Analysis for Assessing the Quality of Wikipedia Articles through Supervised Classification  

   - Improving New Editor Retention on Wikipedia  

   - Let’s Talk About Refugees: Network Effects Drive Contributor Attention to Wikipedia Articles About Migration-Related Topics  

   - Pharmacy students can improve access to quality medicines information by editing Wikipedia articles  

   - The digital knowledge economy index: mapping content production  

   - The Most Influential Medical Journals According to Wikipedia: Quantitative Analysis  

   - The Network Structure of Successful Collaboration in Wikipedia  

   - Towards Compiling Textbooks from Wikipedia  

   - Trolls, bans and reverts: simulating Wikipedia  

   - Web Traffic Prediction of Wikipedia Pages  

   - Which Type of Research is Cited More Often in Wikipedia? A Case Study of PubMed Research  

   - Why the World Reads Wikipedia: Beyond English Speakers  

   - Wikipedia Cultural Diversity Dataset: A Complete Cartography for 300 Language Editions  

   - Wikipedia network analysis of cancer interactions and world influence  

   - Wizard of Wikipedia: Knowledge-Powered Conversational agents  

   - World influence and interactions of universities from Wikipedia networks  

Masssly, Tilman Bayer and Dario Taraborelli
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