Relevance is a quality dimension that shows to what extent the content is relevant (important) for readers/users.
This quality dimension shows how popular or important for readers is selected Wikipedia Article. For this reason, it can be used such measures as articles age, number of page watchers, number of page visits, incoming internal link count (number of times that the article is cited by other Wikipedia articles) and others, including more complex (e.q. PageRank). Also it can be taken into the account measures that shows number of the links from external sources, such as Reddit, Facebook, Youtube, Twitter, Linkedin, VKontakte and other social services.
Data in infoboxes can be provided by different users. Relevance can be measured as number of unique authors of the infoboxes. Authors can be divided to different categories: bots, anonymous users, administrators etc.
- Lewoniewski W. (2019). Measures for Quality Assessment of Articles and Infoboxes in Multilingual Wikipedia. Lecture Notes in Business Information Processing, vol 339. Springer, Cham. DOI: 10.1007/978-3-030-04849-5_53