|Repeated observations are grayed|
1: March has 3 more (11%) more days than February
This will explain much of apparently large monthly growth in visitors
2: All regions same of more unique visitors than year ago. North Am. +25%, Latin Am. + 27%
3: Page requests are now normalized to 30 days (Jan*30/31, Feb*30/28, Mar*30/31, etc)
This way monthly changes are more meaningful
Difference with not normalized data is mainly visible in Jan⇒Feb and Feb⇒Mar
4: 5th position will be stable for long time: differences with those ranked 4th and 6th are considerable.
5: Fastest riser (relatively speaking): ogg vorbis video, djvu (for scanned docs) also booming.
6: 60% growth in Commons files in one year, English and French wiktionaries +36% through bots.
7: Average monthly manual edits by registered users for all Wikipedia's combined, in millions
2006 ⇒ 2010: 7.7 ⇒ 9.9 ⇒ 11.5 ⇒ 12.4 ⇒ 12.7
|B = billion, M = million, k = thousand|