Wikipedia Statistics - America

Very active wikipedians Wikipedians who contributed 25 times or more in a week

  May 2016: The major overhaul of Wikistats reports has entered a new phase.  

  First phase focused on migrating the traffic analysis reports to our new infrastructure. Those are operational now.  
  The Analytics Team will now proceed to also migrate data collection and reporting about wiki content and contributors.  
  First results are expected later this year.  

  More info at this announcement
  You can see the first wireframes for Wikistats 2.0 and comment on the design here.

These charts are no longer updated and are only kept for historic reference.

Since 2011 there is a summary page for every wiki, where core metrics are plotted.
For individual summaries follow links from project sitemap.
There are also collections of summaries per project.

For comparison between several languages see the new report card.

WikipediaSitemapSummary collection
WikibooksSitemapSummary collection
WiktionarySitemapSummary collection
WikinewsSitemapSummary collection
WikiquoteSitemapSummary collection
WikisourceSitemapSummary collection
WikiversitySitemapSummary collection
Other projectsSitemapSummary collection
top 1: en - es (..7000) 2: fr - pt (..1000) 3: pt - qu (..350) 4: simple - nah (..70) 5: qu - nv (..20)  

top 1: en - es (..7000) 2: fr - pt (..1000) 3: pt - qu (..350) 4: simple - nah (..70) 5: qu - nv (..20)  

top 1: en - es (..7000) 2: fr - pt (..1000) 3: pt - qu (..350) 4: simple - nah (..70) 5: qu - nv (..20)  

top 1: en - es (..7000) 2: fr - pt (..1000) 3: pt - qu (..350) 4: simple - nah (..70) 5: qu - nv (..20)  

top 1: en - es (..7000) 2: fr - pt (..1000) 3: pt - qu (..350) 4: simple - nah (..70) 5: qu - nv (..20)  

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 June 19, 2017 15:08 from recent database dump files.
Data processed up to Wednesday May 31, 2017

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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