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Lots of Edits by Lots of People Improves Quality of Wikipedia Entries

In The More, the Wikier, Philip Ball reports on three groups of researchers who claim to have untangled the process by which many Wikipedia entries achieve their impressive accuracy. They say that the best articles are those that are highly edited by many different contributors. [JH]

March 6, 2007 in Wikipedia | Permalink

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