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 May 2020 research newsletter and looking for contributors. Please take a look at https://etherpad.wikimedia.org/p/WRN202005 and add your name next to any paper you are interested in covering. Our target publication date is May 31, 2020 18:00 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 below. As usual, short notes and one-paragraph reviews are most welcome.
Highlights from this month:  
   - A Deeper Investigation of the Importance of Wikipedia Links to the Success of Search Engines  

   - A Large-scale Study of Wikipedia Users' Quality of Experience
   - Adding evidence of the effects of treatments into relevant Wikipedia pages: a randomised trial
   - Analyzing Wikipedia Users’ Perceived Quality Of Experience: A Large-Scale Study
   - Beyond Performing Arts: Network Composition and Collaboration Patterns
   - Citation Detective: a Public Dataset to Improve and Quantify Wikipedia Citation Quality at Scale
   - Collaboration of Open Content News in Wikipedia: The Role and Impact of Gatekeepers
   - Content Growth and Attention Contagion in Information Networks: Addressing Information Poverty on Wikipedia
   - Detecting Undisclosed Paid Editing in Wikipedia
   - Diagnosing Incompleteness in Wikidata with The Missing Path
   - Domain-Specific Automatic Scholar ProfilingBased on Wikipedia
   - How Wikipedia disease information evolve over time? An analysis of disease-based articles changes
   - Knowledge Graphs on the Web -- an Overview
   - Layered Graph Embedding for Entity Recommendation using Wikipedia in the Yahoo! Knowledge Graph
   - Lexemes in Wikidata: 2020 status
   - Mapping Wikipedia
   - Matching Ukrainian Wikipedia Red Links with English Wikipedia’s Articles
   - Measuring Social Bias in Knowledge Graph Embeddings
   - Multi-class Multilingual Classification of Wikipedia Articles Using Extended Named Entity Tag Set
   - Novel version of PageRank, CheiRank and 2DRank for Wikipedia in Multilingual Network using Social Impact
   - Situating Wikipedia as a health information resource in various contexts: A scoping review
   - The Political Geography of Shoah Knowledge and Awareness, Estimated from the Analysis of Global Library Catalogues and Wikipedia User Statistics
   - The Positioning Matters: Estimating Geographical Bias in the Multilingual Record of Biographies on Wikipedia
   - The Subversive Potential of Wikipedia: A Resource for Diversifying Political Science Content Online
   - Vandalism Detection in Crowdsourced Knowledge Bases
   - Visual Narratives and Collective Memory across Peer-Produced Accounts of Contested Sociopolitical Events
   - Visualising open communities. Guidelines from three case studies
   - WAC: A Corpus of Wikipedia Conversations for Online Abuse Detection
   - Wikigender: A Machine Learning Model to Detect Gender Bias in Wikipedia
   - WikiHist.html: English Wikipedia's Full Revision History in HTML Format

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