Wikipedia Statistics - Artificial LanguagesSaturday March 31, 2012
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| Speakers in millions|
(log scale) (?)
Editors per million
speakers (5+ edits)
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| Summary || Tables || Charts ||eo||Esperanto||CL||1 M||117||10,511||162,440|
| Summary || Tables || Charts ||io||Ido||CL|
| Summary || Tables || Charts ||ia||Interlingua||CL|
| Summary || Tables || Charts ||vo||Volapük||CL|
| Summary || Tables || Charts ||ie||Interlingue||CL||-||-||218||1,892|
| Summary || Tables || Charts ||nov||Novial||CL||-||-||340||2,621|
| Summary || Tables || Charts ||jbo||Lojban||CL||-||-||313||1,130|
Wikipedias are initially ordered by number of speakers of the language
Speakers: Number of speakers of a language is the estimated total of primary and secondary speakers, is in many cases a very rough estimation (based on the page on the English Wikipedia about that language)
Regions are parts of the world where the language is spoken in substantial amounts (compared to total number of speakers). Regions where a language gained presence only by a recent diaspora are generally not included.
Region codes: AF:Africa, AS:Asia, EU:Europe, NA:North America, OC:Oceania, SA:South America, W:World Wide, CL:Constructed Language
Generated on Monday April 30, 2012 19:07 from recent database dump files.
Data processed up to Saturday March 31, 2012
Please note that the lengthy dump process (many weeks) means a delay in publishing these statistics is always to be expected.
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