Wikipedia Edits - A Real-Time Analysis
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Anonymous Edits
Edits so far: 0
Additions: 0%
Subtractions: 0%
Average Size: 0 bytes
Average Size: 0 bytes
Registered Human Edits
Edits so far: 0
Additions: 0%
Subtractions: 0%
Average Size: 0 bytes
Average Size: 0 bytes
Bot Edits
Edits so far: 0
Additions: 0%
Subtractions: 0%
Average Size: 0 bytes
Average Size: 0 bytes
Comparisons
About
The globe is used to display a real-time random sample of anonymous edits (one every 5 seconds).

Purple circles represent net additions, red circles represent net subtractions.

The bigger the circle, the larger the edit (circle radius is proportional to the log of the size of the edit in bytes).

Why are only anonymous user edits displayed on the globe? Anonymous users are identified by their IP address, which can be converted to a geolocation. Registered humans and bots are identified by their usernames, which have no geolocation information attached.

Source can be found here